Luxury Bomb Shelter For Sale In Las Vegas

One luxury Las Vegas home is actually 26 feet underground!

According to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, the 15,000 square foot home was designed by Girard Henderson back in the 1960's when America lived in fear of nuclear weapons during the Cold War.

Many Americans built under ground bomb shelters to prepare in case of an emergency. Instead of building your typical concrete room, Henderson built his shelter with multiple bedrooms, lawns, a pool, terraces, views and a waterfall.

The house itself is 2,316 square feet including 6 bedrooms, an outdoor kitchen, trees, 500 feet of floor-to-ceiling murals of city and mountain views as well a large bar and lighting to simulate the sunrise and sunset.

Inside the home you'll also find a sauna, game room, and large combined living and dining rooms.

All together this luxury hideaway is listed at $18 million!

 
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