Sunday, July 11, 2010

Underground shedworking: go to work in a bunker

This property which has just come on the market is in 2.68 acres of grassland at Bervie Brow, Inverbervie, a two-bedroomed property with a significant shedlike difference: it has an underground structure used in the 1950s as a military command centre. While the estate agents suggest this 9,000 sq.ft bunker which is built on variouslevels could be a mushroom farm, wine store or night club, it would of course be a marvellous underground co-shedworking premises. Here are their details:
Access to the adjoining subterranean structure is from the ground floor along the aforementioned corridor. As stated there is a labyrinth of rooms with the main floor comprising a plant room, kitchen and toilet facilities and 12 other rooms of various dimensions. The main floor area is estimated to be approximately 5625 square feet with the entire outer structure having walls approximately 10ft thick. In the complex there is a room on two levels and from there travelling along the corridors, the walls of which have metres of piping, you encounter huge steel doors leading to the safe room, more accommodation, toilet facilities and kitchen area. The mezzanine floor comprises 9 rooms extending to approximately 3437 square feet.
Thanks to Cathy Dobson for the alert.


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