The above-ground home is 2,000 square feet. But if you use the keypad entry to the basement, you’ll find 2,300 more square feet that was a former launch control center and has been converted with dining and entertainment space and two bedroom suites – complete with marble bathrooms. It has 10-foot tall ceilings, simulated daylight and an open floor plan.
Another view of the house.
Aerial shot of the property.
Views from the property.
Your own personal runway.
Inside the upstairs cabin.
Doorway to the basement.
Door to the basement house.
Inside the basement house.
Stairway to the silo.
Tunnel to the silo.
Inside the missile silo. It’s 9-story structure where a missile was once housed. It’s currently empty, but would be perfect for underground condos.
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