If the world reached an apocalyptic end and balls of fire began raining down from the heavens above, we’d probably run underground. And if we did, we’d probably want to live in a home like this! Built in a bomb-shelter, this underground refuge personifies luxury. Girard B. Henderson built this house in 1978 just in case he had to live out a post-apocalyptic lifestyle in luxury. Sporting 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and spread across 1.5 acre, 26 feet underneath 3970 Spencer st., this house comes with a price tag of $1.6 million.
The home sports a four-hole putting green, a swimming pool, two jacuzzis, a sauna, a dance floor with a small stage, a bar and a barbecue. That apart, this refuge also packs a laundry room, a full kitchen, a fireplace, a generator, fake trees, fake flowers, two elevators, fire alarm bells, smoke detectors, an intercom system and several large pantries. The lighting around the underground house has four settings that replicate sunset, day, dusk and night.
[Via – Helablog]