Gallery: SiloHome: Cold War Era Missile Silo Transformed into Luxurious...

The super-secure Launch Control Center has been converted into a suite of luxury living. Blast doors lead down to a 125 foot stairwell, which accesses the subterranean space. A kitchen, dining room, entertainment room, three bedrooms and deluxe Jacuzzi bathroom await guests underneath the house.

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  1. Qld_ker June 1, 2013 at 8:10 pm
    I LOVE this home!! What an amazing feat of engineering. The transformation of something fairly useless into a sustainable housing solution is fantastic. With 20 years dedicated to the project, and such a cleverly understated home above the surface - wow! Well done guys, I am in awe. I have a couple hundred acre property in Australia that I will be using this as inspiration to achieve a similar outcome. Brilliant.
  2. RE wonk March 26, 2013 at 2:49 pm
    I don't understand why Inhabitat thinks this property is newsworthy. It's just some super-big, super-expensive property with a weird architecture on a weird site. I thought Inhabitat was supposed to be about green and clean???
  3. BlueOak March 19, 2013 at 12:43 pm
    Very cool facility - would love to explore it. But "paranoia?" I think not since the location is no longer secret. A key value of this place would have been its hidden location. Here it is on Google maps - took 3 minutes to find: or if you don't trust the short version of the Google link:,+NY&ll=44.601423,-73.850763&spn=0.012238,0.01929&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&hnear=Saranac,+Clinton,+New+York&t=h&z=16