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Missile Silo Cabin

Missile Silo Cabin

Lots of people can claim to have a big house, a nice yard, or even their own private airstrip — but virtually none can claim to live in an old abandoned missile silo. You'll be able to do just that if you pay the price for this Missile Silo Cabin ($750,000-$1.75 million) available on its own or in a package with a ton of extra land, another log cabin, and an airplane hangar, this unique home is tucked away in the pine forest of Upstate New York's Adirondack State Park, and is perfect for those looking for extra security, zombie outbreak safe haven, or a proper base from which to start their quest for world domination. [Scouted by Nicholas]

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    At the time it came out, Home Alone seemed like a dream scenario: no parents, a huge, awesome house to enjoy, and dimwitted bad guys to battle. While the no parents thing isn't such a big deal anymore, and we'd rather not deal with armed robbers, you can still get the house. The Home Alone House ($2.4 million) is up for sale, offering old-school luxury and instant McCallister bragging rights to the owners. Built in the 1920s and located at 671 Lincoln Street in Winnetka, IL — roughly 30 miles north of downtown Chicago — this stately home features four bedrooms, a designer kitchen, dual patios, an outdoor greenhouse, a full, unfinished basement, and, yes, even the scary third floor. Keep the change, ya filthy animal. [Thanks, Andrew]

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