The bizarre house, on the market for $18 million, was not exactly built to resist an atom bomb attack, but it is unique in that it was built underground. On its 15,000 square feet below ground, the house has a very "I might be in a 1970s sitcom" feel. The bunker has a swimming pool, trees, grass, a dance floor, sauna, two hot tubs, a four-hole putting green and painted murals that give it an artificial appearance of nature. It is even possible to adjust the lights on the ceiling so that they look like stars twinkling in the night sky. Two miles from the Las Vegas strip, an ordinary-looking house sits atop a 15,000-square-foot bomb shelter. Landscaping was done with rocks from the original builder's Colorado home. A massive 18 milliondollardoomsday bunker abode, this 5,000 square foot home is decorated in full 1970s style with murals. This video will bring you inside!
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CHAPTERS: 00:00 INTRO 00:14 DoomsdayMansion 00:51 ODD DECOR 01:58 UNDERGROUND 02:46 AMENITIES 03:17 HISTORY 04:26 NEW ADDITIONS 05:29 ENTERTAINMENT 05:51 BUNKERS ARE BOOMING 07:37 BYE-BYE