A 1960 Era Atlas E Missile Site that Has Been Converted Into a Self-Sufficient Home

Eighteen Acres enclosed with barbwire cattle fence

This property is a 1960 era Atlas E Missile Site that has been converted into a self-sufficient home. It has a total of approximately 29,352 square feet of enclosed area including above and below ground buildings, and is located on 18 acres. Its location two miles southwest of Kimball, Nebraska USA 69145 makes it remote, yet accessible.

This unique home provides over 5,000 square feet of underground, secure living space. The ceilings are 15′ and the walls are white with oak wood trimming. There is carpeting in the Living, Guest and Master Rooms. In addition, two joined mobile homes above the site provide an additional 1,748 square feet.

Unclear whether it’s still for sale…

More: Atlas E Missile Site Home Conversion h/t: messynessychic

Lockable 20 foot large pipe frame double gates 450 feet long by 100 feet wide

Lockable 16 foot wide chain link double gate

Quonsets (Two Buildings; 8000 Square Feet)

16,000 Gallon potable underground water tank. Water Filtration System with Building.

Joined Mobile Homes

The entrance to the home is through two heavy gauge steel doors that lead to the foyer. From the foyer, one tunnel leads to the work area and the other slowly descends into the earth for 100 feet to the living area.



Pantry and Entrance Area

Living Room

Kitchen


Library and Dining Room

Bathroom

Guest/General Purpose Room

Master Bedroom

Underground Patio Area

Waterfall with Mountain Scenery


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