In the midst of the Cold War, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built a 12-bedroom, 12-bath bunker in Southeast Georgia.
In 1969, smack dab in the midst of the Cold War, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built a 12-bedroom, 12-bath, 14,000 sq. ft. bunker in Southeast Georgia that cost $7 million. Now, after renovations in 2012 to bring it up to code, the bunker is for sale for the low fee of $17.5 million! Buried 45-feet deep in the ground, this shelter can withstand a 20-kiloton nuclear explosion, and comes stocked with a 1,000-galloon fresh water reserve. Sounds amazing, right? Well, to truly understand how incredible this bunker is, you’ll have to see it for yourself!
Along with the multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, this shelter comes equipped with medical centers, a movie theatre, and a classroom!
A look at just how deep in the ground this facility is.
The movie theatre, complete with classic movie posters adorning the walls!
The home theatre provides a more intimate setting.
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