A Cold War missile silo has become a cozy million-dollar home (15 photos)

16 January 2024

The bunker, built in 1959 in Sprague, Washington, was used to store nuclear weapons. Now this is a house with history, for which they are asking a million dollars.

The Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union lasted from 1945 to 1991.

Having lost its purpose, the property was converted into a comfortable three-bedroom home in 2000.

Unlike most houses, you enter through the garage, which is combined with a woodworking workshop.

The spacious space even has a small kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.

After going down the stairs, you get into the elevator, which takes you to the bottom floor. Here you will find a large kitchen with a dining area, fan, refrigerator and oven.

To the left is the living room, which has three sofas, a TV and lamps.

There is also a games room with a pool table and dart board.

The house also has three bathrooms.

And if that's not enough, an underground tunnel provides access to additional rooms.

The bunker is up for sale for $1 million.

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