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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WV - JULY 14: The West Tunnel Blast Door, which weighs 25 tons and serves as an entrance to a former government relocation facility, also know as the bunker, is seen during a media tour at Greenbrier Resort July 14, 2006 in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The bunker, codenamed "Project Greek Island" and planned by the Eisenhower Administration, was a 112,000 square-foot shelter constructed beneath the Greenbrier Resort's West Virginia Wing, to serve as a relocation site for members of the U.S. Congress and associated staff in the event of a nuclear attack on the U.S. soil. The facility was built between 1958 and 1961 and was maintained in a state of operational readiness until the government terminated the lease with the resort in 1995. The bunker will be reopened for public tours on August 20 after a two-year-long renovation. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

A doomsday bunker in Las Vegas has all the comforts of home, it’s just underground.

The 15-thousand square foot home was built in 1978 amid nuclear war fears. Now it’s on the market for 18-million-dollars. It comes with a pool, spa, even trees, along with murals and lighting to replicate open spaces from dawn to dusk. Oh, there’s even a waterfall!

As if that isn’t enough, this time capsule of a retreat comes with a home directly above ground. You can view the listing here.

Source: New York Post