Fort Pierce Bomb Shelter: Florida's 'Ultimate Man Cave' Could Be Yours For $499,500 (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
Posted:Â 03/22/2013 5:15 pm EDTÂ Â |Â Â Updated:Â 03/25/2013 8:28 am EDT
Like an institutional hobbit hole, the graduated block facade breaks from the ground, rising up and over a massively thick set of blast doors.
The spires of an underground ventilation system reach through a packed mound of earth.
And what lies beneath is one of the most intriguing parcels of real estate in South Florida: a sprawlingÂ 1967 atomic bomb shelter built by AT&T, designed to keep five Floridians alive -- and communications systems running -- for 30 days in the event of a disaster.