Photo: Illustration by Travis Okulski
A frequent problem we hear about is a lack of places to park that can effectively hide a submarine.But now a new parking space has just opened up to solve that problem for one lucky owner.
While the $17.3 million asking price may sound like quite a lot, it actually cost $494 million to build.
So what do you get for your money? The base comes with 145,000 square feet of buildings, a mountain resort, and a dry dock for submarines and boats. There are also workshops, offices, tunnels, warehouses, and more.
Basically, this is the perfect hideout for an evil genius that doesn’t want to spend time and money making a bespoke lair. Watch out Mr. Bond.
The site hasn’t been used as an active military location since 2003, when it was transformed into a supply base.
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