Looks like any lodge-styled house in the north of Scotland doesn't it? But it's not. This house - a mile north east of Inverbervie - is built into the brow of a hill that provides a commanding hill-top position overlooking the North Sea and the Howe of the Mearns.
The property is a 25 room complex and the house is a front for a bunker which was built by the MoD as an emergency communications centre in 1952. The current owner, who bought it from the MoD in 1999, is looking for a price over £250,000.
The site provides 9000 square feet of floor space on two levels. A sloping narrow corridor takes you 18 metres underground into the bunker which was built as a centimetric early warning radar station. With the advent of supersonic, high flying bombers every second saved in warning and control was vital.
Before you consider a purchase read the history of the bunker. It's fascinating.
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