1970’s Las Vegas Home Sits 26 Feet Underground

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1970's Las Vegas Home Sits 26 Feet Underground

Las Vegas is synonymous with off the wall designs, crazy structures and the ‘anything goes’ type of attitude. So it’s no surprise that back in the 70’s a homeowner decided that it would be best to set up shop underground about 26 feet. Convinced of the Armageddon during the war times, this home was built as a high end refuge.

The above ground structure is just like any other– with the only hints being multiple air conditioning units, and emergency exits around the property. The underground interior is one that’s stuck in the hippy chic 1970’s days. Pink draperies, carpet and classic columns outfit the dated interior. Putting greens, a rock facade barbecue and natural style light settings make for an interesting setting that’s completely user controlled.

3970 Spencer St. is now for sale by the bank for $1.7 million, if you’re interested in such an off the wall piece of work.

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