Survive the apocalypse in style: A home that
boasts a luxury bunker 26 feet underground with fake grass and
simulated night and day
Constructed in 1970s underground with three bedrooms and a 'fake'
'Outside' landscaping consists of trees, grass, rocks, a pool and
even scenery with rolling hills and meadows in the distance. The
'garden' includes a four-hole putting green, a swimming pool, two
jacuzzis, a sauna, dance floor, bar, BBQ (set in a rock) and adjustable
light settings for 'sunset,' 'day,' 'dusk' and 'night'
House for sale for $1.7 million after it fell into forclosure
From the street, number 3970 Spencer St. near Flamingo Road looks like
any other American home.
Brompton Road Underground tube bunker for sale
Brompton Road tube station is one of London’s abandoned underground
stations which went on to play a critical role in the Second World War
as the command bunker for the capital’s anti-aircraft defences. Now the
ghost tube station is being sold off after decades in the hands of the
Ministry of Defence.
Situated in the heart of Kensington, a short walk from Harrods, the
building and its tunnels beneath are expected to fetch more than
£20 million when they go on the market next month.
The station on the Piccadilly Line, next to the Brompton Oratory and
between Knightsbridge and South Kensington stations, was opened in
1906. It was closed in 1934 because it was used by too few passengers
and was considered uneconomical. However four years later the station
gained a new life as Britain prepared for war and an onslaught by
The station was taken over by the War Office as it looked for well
protected underground spaces that could be used as command bunkers.
Brompton Road became the headquarters of the 1st Anti-Aircraft (AA)
Division, which covered London and its surrounding areas.
The platforms were bricked off, machinery was stripped from the lift
shafts and floors were laid to create a stack of circular operations
rooms, complete with large map tables where commanders could watch as
waves of bombers swept over London during the Blitz.
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