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      27 Absolutely Stunning Underground Homes: 27 Absolutely Stunning Underground Homes photo 23. Cave House Festus Missouri

    • Frank Howard Allen

      Cave House (Festus, Mo) -- Not all cave living was created equal. And with more than 15,000 square feet of living space, modern glass windows, this cave home bears no resemblance to the dank, dark spaces of our forebears. This place combines modern finishes with the cave's natural sandstone walls. Cool in the summer and warm in the winter, the cave isn't just a unique dwelling; it's naturally energy-efficient, too.

    • Dino

      Somewhat notorious since being put up for sale on eBay, this cave dwelling is unique in all kinds of amazing ways – not least of which for the fact that it currently contains a curious hybrid home with a natural stone roof, modern infill walls and assorted antique furniture and furnishings. But watch out: sand falls from above, so umbrellas are mandatory for kitchen and dining spaces.

    • Cherry Walker

      My dream has always been to live in an underground (or partially underground) home. A cave home would be pretty neat too!

    • Kassie Patton

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