See a Hidden Doomsday Cave Available Across the Missouri Border
If you're interested in preparing for a worst-case scenario in the world, you might want to consider a mammoth limestone cave that is hidden from society that lies underground right across the Missouri border and it's available - for a price.
What if I told you there's a hidden 20,000 square foot limestone cave that's available for you that lies right across the Missouri border? There is and it's located in the Ozarks in the hills of the northern part of Arkansas. Survival Realty has shared pictures and details of this massive cave naturally formed out of the limestone of that area.
The building above ground is unassuming.
But wait, what do we have here? It's the entrance to a huge cave system that is part of the property.
What could you do with 20,000 square foot of limestone that's a natural barrier to anything big and bad that's happening with society and the world above?
What's unique about this limestone cave just south of Missouri is the listing says it has "city water, phone, power, and septic on the property" plus cell phone reception is good. Imagine that...in a cave.
Without giving away the exact location (since it's meant to be hidden), this cave is located north of Mountain View, Arkansas just a hop, skip and jump from Missouri.
How much would it take to have your own 20,000 square foot limestone cave south of Missouri?
As of this writing, the current asking price is a cool $1.5 million dollars according to Survival Realty. That's the cost of surviving the end of days in your own limestone cave system.
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Gallery Credit: Mary Noneman, Five Star Real Estate (Portage), Realtor.com