Goldenhill luxury mansion comes complete with nuclear shelter for £7.5 million
Complete with its very own 15-berth nuclear shelter, a 34-seat cinema and an underground aquarium, the Goldenhill is the crowning jewel of A&B Homes’ luxury developments. Attention has been paid to every detail of the property, including its position, orientation to the sun, use of materials, landscaping of the grounds and eco-friendly sources. The palatial property is up for grabs for a cool £7.5 million (more than $12 million). A&B Homes are billing Golden Hill as an “exemplary residence, which affords the occupants every conceivable comfort and convenience.” The luxury mansion has even impressed England and Chelsea football captain John Terry. Unfortunately, the football star didn’t like the location. For £7.5 million, you get 10 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms and seven kitchens. Other lavish amenities include a 50-foot master bedroom, 52-foot swimming pool and orangery with spa, sauna and steam room, poolside gym area, pool hall with bespoke bar, tennis court, intelligent lighting control, underground garage for 10 cars, 100m long lake, private grounds of 100 acres and an outside summer house with an underground aquarium view of the lake.
If you are worried about nuclear warfare, you can hide behind the “blast doors” and “anti-bandit” security glass of a 15-berth nuclear shelter. The radioactive-proof concrete chamber is being said to be able to withstand “violent and repeated impacts.” The chamber features a kitchen, bathroom and sleeping quarters. Even if it fails to do so, the owner can escape through a secret underground tunnel.
More shots and video of the luxury mansion after the jump.