[VIDEO] You Won’t Believe What’s Underneath This Building in Arizona

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Sitting on 37 acres just outside of Bisbee, AZ… The strange and unusual dwelling is up for grabs and could be yours for $1.5 million. It occupies 2,890-square feet of living space and comes with a 890-square foot guest house, a subterranean game room underneath the guest house, a library building, a stand-alone workshop space, a separate home office, and a carport. The main house features rough petrous walls, rock and cement ceilings, and potable wall water seep that is collected from a natural spring.  There’s a glass-walled sunroom, a commercial-grade kitchen with stained glass cabinets and mosaic tiling, an-eight person dining room, a sunken living room, two full bathrooms, a sleep loft with walk-in closet tucked below underneath the loft stairs, and a back room that is currently used as an exercise and yoga room.


But as attention-grabbing as the stone-forged main lair is, the property’s zaniness doesn’t end there.  Starting with the pools, which are not your typical chlorinated in-grounds. Rather, the home’s natural pools are a short hike away, up the side of a nearby mountain and fed by a freshwater creek for six to eight months out of the year. The higher up the mountain you climb the more pools you have to choose from. The owners also installed a carefully camouflaged hot tub.


The Cave House has graced the Multiple Listing Services sporadically for years. “When we first put it on we did so for close to $3 million,” says Noreen.  The price bumped down to $1.5 million last year, when the owners decided they were truly serious about selling. But despite the 50% price chop, a buyer has yet to put up an accepted offer.  Noreen believes it will be nontraditional home buyers that ultimately purchase this pad: “It would make a great retreat for something like a yoga retreat or as an alternative healing place. It’s very peaceful.”




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