this decommissioned underground missile complex in arizona could be your next home

this decommissioned underground missile complex in arizona could be your next home

ever wanted to purchase your very own decommissioned underground missile complex? well, this could be your lucky day. ‘titan II’, which was once a top secret government asset, has been put up for sale. located between the arizona cities of phoenix and tuscon, the property is situated on a parcel of land that spans more than 12 acres. while the surrounding landscape stretches as far as the eye can see, below ground things are a different matter. the missile complex is a warren of connected rooms, each more curious than the last.

decommissioned underground missile complex
all images © casey james / luxe realty photography, courtesy of zillow



secure storage facility, underground bunker, or remarkable residence? the possibilities for the decommissioned missile complex are truly out of this world. priced at $395,000 USD, an offer on the property has already been accepted by the seller. however, backup offers (from qualified buyers with proof of funds) are still being welcomed via its listing on zillow. meanwhile, curious explorers have been warned not to trespass or attempt to visit site without permission.

decommissioned underground missile complex

decommissioned underground missile complex

decommissioned underground missile complex

  • Nice, however as it is a former military base, it’s probably full of asbestos, PCBs, and lead paint.

    G Bruce Chapman says:

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