Tifton, Georgia is mostly known for it’s agriculture and magnolia trees but today Tifton made headlines for a completely different reason. A new nuke proof home hit the market for $17.5 million.
This house isn’t the typical house though, most of the rooms are submerged under the earth’s soil. The bunker is 45 feet underground and could withstand a 20 kiloton nuclear blast according to the listing.
Surprisingly enough this 12 bedroom, 12 bath home was built in 1969 but renovated to meet government standards in 2012. Comes equipped with a conference room, first aid rooms, movie theater, walls 3 feet thick, and a 100 yard firing range so you can practice when the zombie apocalypse comes.
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