If you’re the kind of person who is always looking forward to a post-apocalyptic world, then you’ll be happy to hear that there’s a grand underground bunker in Tift County, Georgia, and it is being sold in the market for $17.5 million! Perfect for those doomsday preppers!
The price is indeed very expensive, but if a nuclear holocaust would ever happen, you’ll be safe inside the underground bunker. The Facility, which is the bunker’s name, is certified to survive a 20-kiloton nuclear blast. It is located 45 feet underground. The bunker is solely listed online by Sister Hood with Harry Norman Realtors.
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The Facility sits in a land that is 30 acres wide and whose construction started in 1969. In 2012, it underwent a total renovation, so it would fit government standards. Further specifications about the bunker provided by the listing are the following: new secure air intake systems, decontamination showers, 4,000–6,000 PSI hardened concrete, and 3-foot-thick walls.
Now let’s talk about the interiors of this bunker. If you’re imagining an underground shelter with stone walls, metal pipes hanging from the ceiling and steel doors, then you’ll be very happy to know that you’re wrong. The interior design is pretty impressive, and it looks like a luxurious hotel or apartment.
It features a modernized kitchen, a 100-yard outdoor firearm range, first-aid nurses room, two DSL broadband lines with static IP address, five staff bedrooms, six HVAC underground systems, a home theater that can accommodate 15 people, a spring system to absorb blasts, and elegant apartments that can fit in up to 13 people.
The Facility is definitely the place to be if the Armageddon would come true. You’ll be safe, and it’ll give you the feeling that you’re not living underground. It’ll give you the impression that you’re just living your normal life and that nothing bad is happening up above.