An Incredible Underground Cold War Era Hideaway in Las Vegas

From the outside, this Las Vegas house looks just like any other typical house in the area. It’s a two-story home on a normal street.

The owner Girard “Jerry” B. Henderson built this house at 3970 Spencer St., Las Vegas, NV in 1978. The 1 acre (surface) property, may look nothing out of the ordinary but it’s hiding a pretty amazing secret.

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Why are there air conditioning units poking out of ground?

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And why is there a turbine ventilation in the middle of the yard?

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That’s because this Vegas home is hiding an underground secret.

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Henderson constructed the house in a way that it will withstand a nuclear blast. He also planned to wait out the end of the world inside this charming underground hideaway.

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Visitors must take the elevator to see what’s down there.

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The underground home where Henderson and his wife Mary planned to hunker down is designed to provide them comfortable living during an apocalypse.

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Décors around the house greatly reflect the original owner’s tastes including a lavish wallpaper…

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A full pink kitchen (complete with built-in sound and a toaster built into the wall)

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A classy fireplace

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And a bar! Wow.

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It’s also equipped with a lighting system that reflects the time of the day.

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There’s even a pool and sauna.

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And green putting.

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This underground home also has a yard that surrounds it on all four sides and a mural which took 3 years to paint. Each mural reflects where Henderson lived, including LA and Colorado.

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Oh, look, there’s a fountain, too.

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The property has been purchased several times since it was first put on the market. Currently, the house is owned by a bank after a foreclosure.

Source: Review Journal │ H/t: Sunny Skyz

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