Guess we know where we're heading if there's ever a zombie apocalypse ...
The Titan 1 Missile Silo was constructed in the early 1960s, at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis. The 50,000-square-foot structure cost a whopping $170M to build. One would think all that cash could get you some kind of underground luxuries, but the inside is largely unfinished.
The original design of the silo was meant to serve as a fully-functional underground city with features such as independent power, water, sewer, kitchens, bathrooms, sleeping quarters, and air filtration systems. Now, the sellers recommend everyone use their imaginations to make the space whatever they want.
The property includes three 160-foot-tall missile silos, three four-story equipment terminal buildings, two six-story antenna silos, one 100-foot diameter control dome building, and one 130-foot diameter power dome building. There's nearly a half mile of tunnels 40 feet below ground level and an expansive 210 acres above ground.
Heavy blast doors also protect the silo, making the space incredibly secure. The interior of the building sits at a comfortable 58 degrees without any heat or air conditioning.
The Titan Missile Silo is located in Bennett, about a 20-minute drive from DIA. You can visit the property listing here to view more photos and contact the seller.
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