A concrete shed has gone on the market for £1.2 million – but it’s hiding an incredible secret.
The quaint accommodations in Montana, USA, come with a game room and stunning views, and the home has a very practical bonus, too.
The property is actually an underground doomsday bunker – complete with a game room, kitchen, and stunning views.
And it’s on sale for a whopping $1.75million in the US.
Those seeking to hide from the world’s problems may have a cave of their own, but that would mean saying goodbye to the windows.
Four cave dwellings in Montana lie under 10.6 acres in Paradise Valley near Emigrant Mt., north of Yellowstone National Park.
And the bizarre property is also built up permanently.
The unusual homes measure in at approximately 2,500 square feet and were originally built as Fallout Shelter.
Each is complete with its own kitchen with appliances and there is even a pool table in the rec room.
Listing agent Theresa Lunn said: “Once you’re there, they’re comfortable. It’s like you’re in a house.
“You walk down the hallway, but then you just walk into a kitchen you think is your mom’s kitchen—a great area, bedroom, great bathroom.”
Lun said: “The largest has several bunk rooms, so you can put more than one person in there.”
Each cave has a cellar for storing food and supplies.
The homes stay comfortably at 50 to 55 degrees and to boost warmth to the unusual properties, each is equipped with its own HVAC and ventilation system.
“With the air circulation system in there it never feels necessary. It always smells fresh,” says Lunn.
The Paradise Valley area is popular for families and couples looking to enjoy recreational activities.
“It is arguably one of the most beautiful places in America, for sure. It is a huge mecca for fly fishermen,” says Lunn.
He said it was a hot spot for hunting, with hiking, snowmobiling, four-wheeling and horseback riding also popular.
“It’s a great place for vacation rentals,” Lunn says, adding that renting an underground home can provide a unique attraction for guests.
“If you bought it, you can live in it and still rent it. It’s also a great retreat.”
In the case of a nuclear explosion, the bunkers have 90-degree turns – meaning chemical materials can’t get around corners.
Lunn stressed that there was “a great need” for such properties and they would be very comfortable to live in or use as a vacation spot.