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The house itself is about 26 feet underground that's about two stories -- stairwells but there's lazy there's also two elevators ass -- to convene.
Important green -- real estate agent when speaking as the -- underground house since it went on the market in March.
The interest it's getting he says it's on the market long.
Fortify and emails and calls -- week from mostly overseas individuals.
-- -- the actual houses a mock outdoor area with rooms for all sorts of activities wide open -- Football soccer from up top at first glance 397.
Closer inspection -- air conditioners on the ground and events on the dirt covered -- team the entire sub level at a constant seventy degrees or so I have a barber who.
Grow was originally built by businessmen Gerard Henderson in 1978.
At the height of the Cold War a -- attacker other catastrophe.
Was a real possibility.
And -- it was as.
-- of the nuclear Harlem.
And you know -- thing.
Years later the last owner couldn't keep his underground home from going under water.
So now that they don't property is for sale.
The asking price one point six million fine and room six back.
Inside on the as an unmistakable 1970s motif and in the fake outside you have a Dantzler right here.
And right over here you have a stage for -- -- and best part about -- party Syria's neighbors are gonna complain about the noise.
And high occupancy for CB.
-- -- -- Bentonville.
-- -- that bad any in 1983 when mr.
Henderson died his wife built.
This upstairs property which is connected to the downstairs.
And that's included in the sale of this -- Doug -- Fox 5 News global.
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