Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Marin Headlands POS

The realtor write-up says it all:
This is a must see!!! First time on the market. This wonderful starter home is located in the prestigious Marin Headlands. Sturdy construction (in places 5' thick concrete walls, 3" thick metal doors), fabulous views, good bones -- lower levels can withstand high altitude, high yield saturation bombing and tunneling ensures safe evacuation for your family in case of emergency. Needs a little TLC so be sure to bring your contractor. Excellent starter home for a young family. Don't pass this one up. Price is only $1,999,000.

11 Comments:

Blogger Marinite said...

This is a joke. Happy 4th of July!

July 04, 2006 1:12 PM  
Blogger marin_explorer said...

"...And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our real estate was still there..."


I'd call that a bust-proof Marin bubble bunker. Nicely timed, happy 4th!

July 04, 2006 2:52 PM  
Blogger sf jack said...

And the first photo, at least, is not even in Marin but instead in the Presidio of San Francisco!

Though many similar installations are spread throughout the Headlands, of course.

July 04, 2006 8:00 PM  
Blogger Marinite said...

And the first photo, at least, is not even in Marin but instead in the Presidio of San Francisco!

Poop.

July 05, 2006 9:25 AM  
Blogger marin_explorer said...

is not even in Marin

Well, Battery Alexander is very similar. I'll take a few pics today when I'm out. Those places have good bones, and awesome views, think of the remodel/resell potential.

July 05, 2006 12:54 PM  
Blogger buyer2be said...

Great! Camping out all the time! Livin the Marin REI dream!

July 05, 2006 2:43 PM  
Blogger Marinite said...

Would that be REI as in "Recreational Equipment, Inc." or "real estate investment"? Or was that pun intended and I was too dense to pick up on it?

July 05, 2006 9:00 PM  
Blogger buyer2be said...

Yes, REI as in "Recreational Equipment, Inc."

July 06, 2006 9:58 AM  
Blogger Riskbabe said...

Looks like part of the prison in Tomb Raider II.

"Welcome to Fantasy Island!"

July 06, 2006 11:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coast artillery bunker, 1910-1930s vintage. Centered around an underground ammunition magazine, with tunnels out each end to open-topped gun pits for 14" guns on disappearing mounts. Smaller command rooms (some with windows) adjacent.

One advantage to underground ex-military bunkers is they stay cool year-round, like any earth-sheltered structure. Disadvantage is, one this old is going to be damp and leaky.

July 07, 2006 4:23 PM  
Anonymous still waiting in Sacramento said...

Hilarious!! I would actually have believed this was a Marin listing had I not spent hours exploring the bunkers around the headlands as a child. Good one...

July 10, 2006 9:10 PM  

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