1978 – Las Vegas, NV – $18,000,000

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Added to OHD on 4/17/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/17/19   -   21 Comments
3970 Spencer St, Las Vegas, NV 89119
  • $18,000,000
  • 1.05 Ac.
Las Vegas Underground House! Its not just a house, its an subterranean 15,000sqft concrete & steel rectangular shaped doomsday bunker. The 5000 sqft House is built Inside this huge bunker & is finished with pool,spa,waterfall,trees,guest house,BBQ,fountain & 500 linear feet of floor to ceiling illuminated murals of landscapes of wide open spaces simulating day,dusk,dawn & night modes. All Furnishings & 1 year of caretaker & upkeep are included.
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Stephan LaForge, Bhhs Nevada Properties
(702) 458-8888
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21 Comments on 1978 – Las Vegas, NV – $18,000,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Messy Nessy has additional views from a previous listing: https://www.messynessychic.com/2013/09/05/the-1970s-cold-war-era-home-built-26-feet-underground/

  2. AvatarRobinjn says: 220 comments
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    1978 Split level
    Columbia, MO

    Prepper Paradise! It is certainly someone’s vision, and a truly interesting structure. That is someone’s passion and dream.

  3. AvatarMW says: 725 comments

    This house should be on That’s Incredible!. Lol, anybody remember that show? At first I thought it was some kind of weirdly converted indoor mall McDonald’s! $18M? I’m just a few Big Macs short unfortunately.

    • Avatarpandamomof3 says: 5 comments

      The movie Blast from the Past with Brandon Fraser and Christopher Walkin

      • jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 948 comments
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        1947 Ranch

        First thing that popped into my mind too. (And, if you haven’t seen it, you should) Outside the fact that this is 10x the size and fanciness of that underground house, it’s the same concept.
        But holy moly that’s a lot of money. How much does it cost to keep it cool per month I wonder?

    • AvatarBethany otto says: 2656 comments
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      Escondido, CA

      It featured on a show on either Netflix or Hulu called like World’s most amazing homes or something like that.

  4. AvatarLaurie W. says: 1602 comments
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    1988 Fake Greek Revival!

    In the event you need it, $18 mill might be worthwhile. If you don’t, you lose the bet. Not up my alley but obviously attractive to others. Interesting that it’s right there, under a house.

  5. Architectural ObserverArchitectural Observer says: 543 comments
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    1918 Bunkhouse
    WestOfMiddleOfNowhere, KS

    Ride out any apocalypse in style and comfort! If I had to head underground for an extended period of time, this bunker would be my first choice. It appears to have been updated now and then since it was built, though the late 1970’s vibe is still very strong. I’d really like to see photos of it when new with all original furnishings… I’d probably have liked those interiors even more. Thankfully the pink and white kitchen appears to have survived intact — it’s my favorite room and they’re all interesting! The only drawback for me (aside from the price) would be that when it came time to pop my head up from below ground after the apocalypse, I would be in post-apocalyptic Las Vegas (or what’s left of it).

  6. HRChristianHRChristian says: 30 comments

    I’d need a cavernous house with stalactites and stalagmites. Dramatic uplighting, an organ using stalagpipes… Wait! That’s Luray Caverns! I could buy some awesome old homes and return them to glory for $18M. I can see how this underground house would be attractive to some people. I do like the pink kitchen.

  7. AvatarFanshaweGirl says: 426 comments

    Just a cool $18 million for the ability to survive the apocalypse!
    I really wonder about the mechanicals of this place. HVAC, water, electricity, sewer, etc. 1978 wasn’t the best construction era in terms of “healthy” materials like lead and asbestos. Although those things are probably not as “unhealthy” as zombies!
    The stripper pole and disco ball really scream “Vegas, Baby!” 😀

    I would love to tour this place, maybe spend the weekend. But my preferred end-of-the-civil-world location would be more ‘cabin in the woods’.

  8. HeidiHeidi says: 137 comments
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    The shoe chair….the stripper pole…the phallic shaped swimming pool…the pink kitchen. I just want one good party at this house. 😉

  9. RosewaterRosewater says: 4542 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    This bunker thing turned over in 2014. Here’s a brief, succinct article about that sale:

  10. Avataranachronistofer says: 2 comments

    It looks like a set from some kind of strange dystopian science fiction movie. About as uncanny and unnatural as it gets.

  11. AvatarNovo50 says: 10 comments
    1900 brick row home
    northampton, PA

    Ok, I’m looking at this and can’t help thinking that it must have belonged to a Mafia mob boss. It should be turned into a museum. I would definitely pay to tour this amazing home.

  12. AvatarGrisenia says: 1 comments
    modern, contemporary TX

    I am a pragmatist. If there is nuclear fall-out, it may take anywhere from 3,000 to 20,000 to “get rid of” the radiation. So where are the owners going to get water and plant food?

  13. BethsterBethster says: 801 comments
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    1927 Spanish
    NY (house is in VA), NY

    What a crazy place. It’s all so plastic. The kitchen and bathroom look like they should be in a deluxe edition of Barbie’s Dream House!

  14. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 790 comments

    The only thing missing is Elvis!

  15. SueSue says: 296 comments
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    1802 Cape

    It’s a wild place that has been featured on many a show. Pretty desolate on the outside and I think 18 million is a bit steep. Think it would make a great tourist attraction. Here is a tour.


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