WW2 bunker goes up for sale

A unique piece of British history has come onto the market. What once was a bunker used in World War II to protect our shores from enemies is now a novel 3 bedroom bungalow.


Up for sale for £275,000, the Cornish bungalow had been derelict for decades until it underwent a £100,000 restoration, which reportedly took five years to complete.


Take a peek around.


Built in 1942 to navigate pilots and a protect a nearby cable tower, the bunker has been transformed and now includes a 23ft open plan living area, 2 bathrooms and 1 wet room. Originally constructed to be unnoticeable and withstand bombs, there are no windows in this property, however this has been overcome with purpose-built sun tubes through the ceiling, which allow ample light into the property.


Situated in St Levan on the cliffs of Land’s End, the secluded bunker-turned-bungalow offers 360-degree views of the countryside and comes complete with a large garden, driveway, garage and shed.


Whether you’re a fan of wartime-chic or not, one thing’s for sure… the property is bound to be secure!

             

             

             

             


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