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Driving or flying over this house, it’s possible you’ll barely even realise that it exists.
This underground bunker home, situated in Massachusetts, USA, comes with a grass roof, almost 3m-high skylights and a pure cooling system.
The underground lair has been dubbed as the right match for a Bond villain, as a result of its options and odd look.
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It hit the market earlier this 12 months, fully with an eye-popping $897,000 (US$640k) asking value, and provides a considerable amount of house with three bedrooms.
The “earth-sheltered” property has various fascinating qualities, equivalent to being vitality environment friendly — that means it must be very low cost to warmth.
Inside, the property retains a bunker really feel with uncovered partitions and ceilings, however potential consumers can have all of the comforts desired, with the property kitted out with fashionable home equipment and devices.
There are wraparound image home windows and a couple of.6m-high skylights to permit for loads of pure gentle within the concrete abode.
The present house owners have added pops of color to enliven the place, with purple furnishings and wood accents, largely permitting the encompassing countryside to function the point of interest.
In the meantime outdoors, there’s loads of house to benefit from the pure environment, with the house situated on high of a protracted non-public driveway on an enormous 4.69ha plot.
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“This truly one-of-a-kind, earth-sheltered home atop a private winding driveway into the woods, looks like it was lifted straight out of a James Bond movie,” selling agent Greg Maiser said of the house.
The property was originally listed for $640,000 with Greg Maiser of RE/MAX Professional Associates, before it had its price dropped to $600,000.
This story first appeared in The Sun and was republished with permission.