More and more ordinary Americans are preparing for the end of the world as we know it. According to APN (American Prepper Network), a prepper is someone who takes personal responsibility and self-reliance seriously. Some of us just stockpile food or gather knowledge for the coming SHTF situations while others take it to another level and invest in their homes changing them completely. Here is a list and a short description of the best defended prepper homes in the US.
The Best Defended Prepper Homes In The US
Based in, this fortress has food and energy supplies to last for at least six months. Water is stored in huge underground tanks. Hidden cameras are the ever watchful eyes. Should someone jump the fence, they will get electrocuted. There’s only one lift which only works on a fingerprint identification system. No-one will get bored either; a pool and movie theater forms part of activities.
The most advanced security:
It has bulletproof windows and a heliport for quick departure. Among the list of the home’s building materials: ballistic. Built in Hollywood Hills, California, this luxurious “safe house” boasts bulletproof windows, a heli-pad, two hidden panic rooms, safe cores to survive a nuclear war, surveillance cameras and biometric scanners at all entrances.
Atlas F Missile Base:
Bought for a mere $99,000.00 USD near Abilene, Texas; this former missile base has been transformed into a readiness capsule. It has a modern interior design and as for outside, well, who would ever know someone is hiding there? It has a defense system against missile attacks and food for 12 months, this ex-missile base is properly prepared for the Apocalypse.
Castle Rogue’s Manor:
This massive secluded castle is near Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Guard towers will warn way before intruders arrive and boast modern security features. This can provide hiding place for a great number of people.
Built in Miami, this self-sustaining secluded island has one of the best defended prepper homes. It boasts wind turbines and solar panels when electricity will go out. For a quick getaway, there is a dock and a helicopter pad. The breaker provides excellent vantage points with a 360-degree view.
Good luck trying to enter this compound in Branford. This is self-sustenance by growing crops and fishing regularly. A self-defense with boulders all around with hidden weaponry installed and hidden cameras monitored 24 hours a day. This is probably the best defended island in the world.
Built in Cedar Key, Florida, this missile proof window home will keep all attacks and attackers out. It boasts double-lock ship’s doors and the house is completely galvanized. It has large water tanks and enough food for more than 6 months. It doesn’t look like one of the best defended prepper homes but this is one of the key factors not to pinpoint it during a food crisis for example.
Little house on the prairie:
Situated in Saranac, New York, they built the home over an old missile silo. The entrance to the silo is sealed with a 3 feet concrete door and solid iron double lock steel gate. The launch control center is inside and there is even a Jacuzzi. There is enough food for 12 months and a water source.
This is an ex-correctional facility in Schoharie County near Fulton. It consists of 37 buildings, has a 100,000-gallon water tank, water distribution and filtering, 10 petrol storage tanks and a 600 Kw generator. It has plenty of space for growing crops and tight security.
Nike missile base:
There are three underground missile compartments, high security fences and enough space to stock for a very long time.
The Ultimate Prepper House:
If this were a top for best defended prepper homes, I would have granted this house the first place. At first glance it doesn’t even look like a house, but rather a bomb shelter. This stone fortress has mobile bridges and windows. It can easily transform itself in a rectangular stone and steel citadel. I would love to live in this house.
Call them crazy or paranoid, but who knows, if the Zombie apocalypse strikes, these preppers will be properly prepared!
You can also check here how to “bulletproof” your home.