What's a luxury bunker look like? #Homes & Tours#missile silos#New York#Northeastern homes#real estate#subterranean homes December 7 | Cat Rocketship You can't imagine how excited I was when I began writing this post and found out we already have a missile silo tag. Images courtesy Buzzfeed This is a $1.75 million luxury cabin in upstate New York built on top of a missile silo. As you can see, there is a luxury upper cabin built on top of a lower cabin which is completely underground. You've got vacation lodge here… …and then a completely secured entrance to The Bunker. As Buzzfeed points out, this place is perfect for riding out a wave of zombies. Related Post A boho-psychedelic outdoor lounge in upstate New York that looks ready for smoky all-night bull sessions I don't usually think "'60s mod" when I think "outdoor patio," but Eve mashed up those two ideas to create a fashionable outdoor living room... Read more So in a dangerous disaster situation, this family can decide to peace out on the world for a while and mosey on down to their still-decent below-ground house. You needn't go without a Jacuzzi during the apocalypse. Found via Buzzfeed. Join our community! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Cat Rocketship I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things. PREVIOUS Let’s scheme about low-impact balcony decor for spring NEXT What should I bring when visiting a friend in the maternity ward? Show/Hide comments [ 16 ] The ONLY problem I have with that property is the laws of the state where it's located. New York's firearm laws are very prohibitive, and would prevent effective stronghold capabilities. 5 agree Reply Guns make too much noise. Crossbow and blow torch are where it's at for fending off zombies. 10 agree Reply A MA ZING! Reply Crossbows pose a problem, because you'd eventually have to retrieve your bolts. Besides, a properly suppressed .223 rifle (commonly in an AR15/M4 platform) is sufficiently silent and has far more range than a crossbow. I dig the flamethrower idea, but you'd have to replenish your fuel eventually…it would be easier to store ammunition in that silo, since ammunition doesn't spoil like fuel will. 5 agree Reply There is also the issue of creating fire zombies 7 agree Reply The only thing worse than being eaten by a zombie is being eaten by a zombie that is on fire. 6 agree But surely it'd be easier learning to make crossbow bolts out of wood than casting ammunition, as you'd eventually run out of that as well? Leave those of us in the UK with no gun access some hope in the zombie apocolypse! 1 agrees Reply I know what you mean! Every time I consider our inevitable zombie apocalypse I worry about whether or not I'll get a ticket for using my Beretta in NYC…. Thanks for the post Cat! Reply I imagine you could store all sorts of flame throwers and grenade launchers down there without anyone ever finding out about it. 1 agrees Reply Zombies aside… a missile silo could be then answer to Hubs' earth home plan for communal living… I have never heard of this! Awesomes! Reply Cool! Must've seen this around 10 years ago on the TV show Popular Mechanics for Kids, but the apartment wasn't painted or decorated. Definitely a good place for any emergency. I learned from PMK that the apartment is also suspended by four giant springs, enabling it to ride out earthquakes as well. 1 agrees Reply I was born and raised in the Adirondacks mtns not far from this silo. Man I kind of want to do a walk through of this place when I go to my parents for the holidays. 1 agrees Reply ya,ll nuts; In my unground hole, I got hangers in celin which I hang from up side down, As intrudies enter I cam drop on them and bite their necks and get all the blood I want: Reply I saw this the other day. I'm kinda bummed I didn't know it was there when I was in Saranac for vacation over the summer. It would be the perfect zombie apocalypse safe haven though. Reply The environmental science geek in me needs to point out that one should do a comprehensive environmental site assessment before purchasing former D.O.D. sites. The missile silos are full of asbestos and contaminated soil and groundwater. Many companies make good money cleaning up such sites. The good news is that the government has to pay for it! 😉 1 agrees Reply true the goverment does have to pay for the clean of these sites, but where does it get the money to pay for this ??? your taxes….. back to you ellyabillion & and your dwindling pay packet…..martin Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Participate in this conversation via email No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.