$10 Million Dollar Doomsday Bunkers
Sometimes called “Doomsday Bunkers” or “Survival Rooms,” this growing trend of panic properties has some of the elite in Kansas spending upwards of $10 million on the design and construction of some of the safest-looking underground properties you’ll ever see.
Some say we’re mere months away from the “end of the world” as we know it, and the people in the mid-west are preparing like no others.
Leaving no stone unturned, developer Larry Hall has created unique dwellings said to withstand any catastrophe – in style.Hall used an abandoned missile silo to construct luxury condos that lack for nothing – in-suite bathrooms, fireplaces, as well as amenities like a pool, a movie theater, and a library.For the serious concerns, Hall has even thought of an indoor farm that is prepped to grow enough fish and vegetables to feed 70 people for as long as they need to stay inside. According to Luxury Launches, Hall is also “stockpiling enough dry goods to feed [people] for five years.”
Giant water tanks are filled and waiting to be filtered through carbon and sand, if need be. Security is at the ready.
The rise in sales for these types of shelter is increasing at astounding rates. Perhaps the hype may be further intensified with Discovery Channel’s launch of Doomsday Bunkers last month, a show featuring the design and building of survival properties that range anywhere from the simplest bunker to the uber-luxurious condos being designed by Hall. Whether these doomsday dwellings are a novelty or a necessity remains to be seen.