Underground Party Bunker Home in Las Vegas: From Swingers’ Oasis to Real Estate Struggle… Unique Bomb Shelter Residence Sees Drastic Price Drop, Fails to Find Buyers.

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A Las Vegas swingers house appearing to be models after the Playboy Mansion is having difficulty selling despite a $12 million cut in its price tag.

The famous ‘Las Vegas Underground House’ on 3970 Spencer Street became available to purchase for a second time in February 2023 for $6 million.

The underground house also comes with a beautiful home built by Mary Henderson, who after the death of her husband, removed the bunker’s boulders and had a regular-style home built on top of the 1970s party pad.

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The property, which was originally on sale for a whopping $18 million, received its massive price drop in January 2021 after the Society for the Preservation of Near Extinct Species decided to put it back on the market.

Before it became a pool party playhouse, it was a spacious Cold War bomb shelter built by Jerry Henderson in 1978, where he lived until his death in 1983. Henderson was the director of Avon Products and ran an underground housing company that sponsored the ‘Underground World Home’ exhibit at the New York World’s Fair in 1964.

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The nearly 17,000-foot property was bought by the Society for the Preservation of Near Extinct Species – a self-described secretive group to promote human life extension – in 2014 and was listed for sale by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices in 2018.

Despite the house having many qualities that may attract homebuyers, it has yet to get any bites, and is now being described as an ‘underground swinger house’ thanks to the home having no peak-through windows.


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