Nuclear bunker goes on the market in Georgia for a mere $17.5M

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ALBANY, GA – We don’t have to tell you that all it takes is one nuclear blast to ruin your day. Yeah, there goes the neighborhood.

So, you may be asking yourself right now, “Gee, what can I do to protect myself?”

Well, the first thing is to stay inside, away from all that nasty fallout falling out of the sky. Then you and the family head to your fallout shelter, down in the basement.

What’s that, you say? You don’t have one? Well, you’re pretty much screwed, then.

But don’t fret, because we’ve got just what you need.

There’s a little beauty that sits about 50 feet beneath Albany, GA. The Army Corps of Engineers designed it in 1969 as a communication center in case of a nuclear war with the Soviet Union.

It can protect you against the weather, and, the blast from a 20-kiloton nuclear bomb.

This is not a fixer-upper. It’s been recently renovated. Great for entertaining.

The original price tag on this sweetie was $7 million.

Today, it has 14,000 square feet, four luxury apartments, a full kitchen, movie room, and enough amenities to make survival a blast. And it could be yours for $17.5 million.

A small price to pay for piece of mind and protection from those who didn’t plan for the end of the world as we know it.


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