Not to be confused with the one in Indiana, nor the one some 15 miles away in Plattsburgh, N.Y., here's yet another former Atlas-F nuclear missile silo that's been parading around as a residence since being rescued from abandonment by the two cousins who spent two decades converting it. Listed for $750K, the four-bedroom property, set on 19 acres in Adirondack State Park, includes an 1,800-square-foot above-ground main house as well as an additional 2,300 square feet of subterranean space in quarters reached via a keypad-locked stairwell. Underground, there's a kitchen, dining room, entertaining room, and Jacuzzi-adorned bathrooms, all surrounded by a concrete-and-steel shell, plus a 50-foot tunnel leading to a missile silo that's buried 185 feet below the earth. Given that it can withstand a nuclear attack, it's not such a bad place to hide out from unwanted holiday guests or wait out the next apocalypse.
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