Await The Apocalypse In This (Surprisingly Stylish) Virginia Bunker

Await The Apocalypse In This (Surprisingly Stylish) Virginia Bunker

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 4, 2016

Well, the US presidential election is a mere four days away, and no matter what side of the political divide you're on, you probably believe the end of the world is coming, should the other candidate win. Perhaps it's time to take shelter in this partially underground concrete home in Virginia.

Built by architect Donald Reed Chandler in 1977, it's one of the country's first modern earth roof and berm homes. The 1,719 square-foot three bed, two bath is located in McLean, just eight miles from CIA headquarters.

While being so close to DC might not be the best option should World War III break out, at least the interior has a sleek mid-century style, and there are 2.59 acres of beautiful woods surrounding the property to gaze upon during the end of days.

The home is currently listed for $1.3 million.

h/t Curbed

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