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Tue, 22 May 2012 11:33:58 GMT | By Marcelle Sussman Fischler, Forbes.com
Homes in unusual places

Caveland, Festus, Mo.



Caveland, Festus, Missouri (© caveland.us)
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Fred and Wilma Flintstone, meet the Jetsons. First a sandstone mine and later a roller rink and concert venue where Bob Segar and Ike and Tina Turner performed, the nearly three-acre property known as "Caveland" was purchased on eBay in 2003. Its new owners, according to their website, transformed the cave into a naturally insulated two-story, three-bedroom home with a gently curving staircase, hardwood floors and 28 salvaged sliding glass doors on the facade. Most of the rock walls are still exposed in their natural state. Once licensed as a bomb shelter, the cave has a natural spring and city water.

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