By Henry Brean | Arizona Daily Star
Southern Arizona’s hot real estate market is about to go nuclear with a new listing near Oracle Junction.
With an asking price of $395,000, this mid-century fixer-upper includes almost 13 acres of open desert and an elaborate, 4,000-square-foot basement built to withstand a nuclear strike. There’s no annoying homeowners association to deal with, though there might be a few restrictions on the property left over from the Cold War.
The decommissioned Titan II missile silo about 35 miles north of Tucson officially hit the market on Friday.