It’s not usual that a 1970s underground family home, built as Cold War-era hideaway is on the market. This happens only once! Now, Los Angeles home, located 26 feet underground, strong enough to withstand a nuclear blast can be yours for the bargain price of $1.7 million. Built in 1978, the subterranean house at 3970 Spencer Street features unique amenities. Camouflaged by clusters of rocks, an entrance with an elevator takes you down to the underground lair. Another stairway is hidden inside a shed.
On the 1 acre of surface property you’ll find the two-bedroom underground house, the one-bedroom underground guest house, the two-bedroom, two-story caretaker’s house, and a four-car garage.This super unique home also boasts two hot tubs, a couple of Jacuzzis, a working fireplace, a dance floor, faux trees and flowers, a BBQ grill built into a massive faux-boulder and an in-ground pool in a room larger than some regular houses.
Las Vegas Inc. also recently published an extensive photo gallery of the bunker including an up-close look at the mural.