AZ home has bomb shelter built from railcars

Posted at 10:03 AM, May 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-01 13:04:24-04

When you look at the front of 6914 E. Continental Mountain Dr. in Cave Creek, it looks like many Valley homes: Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture, cacti lining the entryway and a pool in the back.

It's what's underground that makes this property unique: three railway cars that serve as a bomb shelter!

According to Coldwell Banker in Scottsdale, a local doctor built the home in the 60s and buried the three railway cars 150 feet away from it.  

Why? The Cuban Missile Crisis.

Later the home was transformed into a bed-and-breakfast. There are four large suites which have a bathroom in each.

The home sits on almost five acres and can accommodate 28 horses. It's listed for sale for $727,885.

Click the video above to see it for yourself!