Missile Silo 750k
December 14, 2011 by staff
Missile Silo 750k, Not to be confused with the one in Indiana, nor the one some 15 miles away in Plattsburgh, N.Y., here’s yet another former Atlas-F nuclear missile silo that’s been parading around as a residence since being rescued from abandonment by the two cousins who spent two decades converting it.
Listed for $750K, the four-bedroom property, set on 19 acres in Adirondack State Park, includes an 1,800-square-foot above-ground main house as well as an additional 2,300 square feet of subterranean space in quarters reached via a keypad-locked stairwell.
Underground, there’s a kitchen, dining room, entertaining room, and Jacuzzi-adorned bathrooms, all surrounded by a concrete-and-steel shell, plus a 50-foot tunnel leading to a missile silo that’s buried 185 feet below the earth.
Given that it can withstand a nuclear attack, it’s not such a bad place to hide out from unwanted holiday guests or wait out the next apocalypse.
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