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Grand Senora Desert Bunker
Due to high levels of unexplained radiation, the Grand Senora Desert is home to varieties of flora, fauna and underground bunker seen nowhere else on the planet. And this baby is triple-lined with tinfoil all the way round, so you're definitely safe.
$ 2,120,000

Smoke Tree Road Bunker
This discreet site in the Grand Senora Desert holds the record for the most unidentified bodies excavated during construction. And if nothing else, that means it's popular with all the right people.
$ 2,205,000

Thomson Scrapyard Bunker
This discreet site in the Grand Senora Desert holds the record for the most unidentified bodies excavated during construction. And if nothing else, that means it's popular with all the right people.
$ 2,205,000

Grand Senora Oilfields Bunker
Like any other phase of the property market, Armageddon is really all about location. On the one hand you want the perfect seclusion of the desert. On the other hand, you want to be able to stagger to a 24/7 without dragging your knuckles through too much fallout. Well, look no further: on both counts, this lovely prospect in Blaine County is all set for the mushroom cloud.
$ 2,290,000

Raton Canyon Bunker
If you're a budding survivalist looking for a decent simulation of a nuclear wasteland, you could do a lot worse than the Grand Senora Desert. This cozy property was originally built as an end-of-the-world shelter and general hangout for a cryptocurrency pioneer - and if that doesn't scream 'high build quality' what does?
$ 2,035,000

Grapeseed Bunker
Raton Canyon is a federally protected wilderness area, which all but guarantees the kind of peace and solitude your newly converted missile silo deserves. Plus, when the recycled air is making you nauseous, you can pop up for a lungful of the purest breeze in the state.
$ 1,450,000

Farmhouse Bunker
Amid all this talk of the death of small-town America, it's important to remember that somewhere like Grapeseed has an advantage over the big city: there's plenty of space for the one percent to build subterranean lairs in preparation for the apocalypse. Hey, the heartlands aren't going to rejuvenate themselves.
$ 1,750,000

Paleto Forest Bunker
The Grand Senora ecosystem comes in three tiers: the wannabe hippies staging a made up fire festival; the roaming gangs of mutants who prey on them for sustenance and sport; and the paranoid software tycoon hoarding enough underground munitions to start World War 3. That's right, you're the top of the food chain.
$ 2,375,000

Route 68 Bunker
Ever wanted to give something back to the untouched woodlands that have given you so much peace and joy? Have you considered a thousand tons of concrete and titanium? If you're looking for that elusive dovetail between crazy militarism and environmental diligence, you found it.
$ 1,165,000

Lago Zancudo Bunker
On one side, you hear the bubbling stream of the Zancudo River taking its share of bloated corpses from the Alamo Sea to the coast; on the other, the distant sound of whooping and gunfire from nearby Harmony. And beneath your feet a sprawling nuclear fortress. Welcome to Eden.
$ 1,950,000

Chumash Bunker
Nestled among the sand dunes, enjoying year-round sunshine, the pacific gently breaking just a few strides away... If you can ignore the constant earthquake warnings and the threat of flooding, this is as close to paradise as a subterranean bunker is going to get.
$ 1,550,000