Found on the Zillow Blog:
"There was little to no chance a bomb would be dropped on Fort Pierce, FL during the Cold War. But that didn’t stop 30-inch-thick steel-reinforced concrete from being poured in the middle of St. Lucie County.
The 1967 bomb shelter was designed to keep Floridians alive for 30 days. Now it’s on the market for $499,500 and attracting all kinds of buyers — many who hope to make it the ultimate man cave."
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