Take a tour of this super luxurious billionaire bunker in Poland that claims to be the world's first zombie-proof house
- The Safe House outside of Warsaw, Poland, is a home with moving concrete walls and metal shutters that turn it into a doorless, windowless fortress.
- The property is also surrounded by a concrete wall.
- The bunker was designed by Polish architect Robert Konieczny of KWK Promes.
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The home was built for clients whose "top priority was to gain the feeling of maximum security in their future house," the website says.
Take a look inside.Julie Zeveloff contributed to an earlier version of this story.
The Safe House appears to be a solid concrete steel block from the outside.
As if the compound wasn't secure enough, the home is also surrounded by seven-foot-high sliding walls.Advertisement
The concrete slabs open to expose windows, and an aluminum grate rises to let sunlight in.
When the walls and shutters retract, the revealed structure looks more like a modern home.Advertisement
The sliding aluminum gate doubles as a movie screen.
A drawbridge leads to a roof terrace above the pool.Advertisement
The swimming pool can also be enclosed in giant metal walls in case of a zombie apocalypse.
It may be made of concrete, but the interior is light and airy.Advertisement
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