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Home Built In A Living Cave Is Surprisingly Chic

I've recently been binge-watching Batman because, you know, I've got some time, and I've been admiring the fabulous Batcave. Wouldn't it be cool to live in one of those if it had all the modern amenities?

Well, apparently if you have a few million dollars you absolutely can. This house that was for sale in Parthenon, Arkansas was built in an actual living cave and it looks totally mind-blowing.

If you had a cool 2.7-million dollars to spare, you could've had the rare opportunity to buy this lodge that was built inside a live cave.

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Wow, that's pretty incredible.

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If you have the stomach for it, you could enjoy seeing this as you walk around your 5,572-square-foot home.

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The home includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms in case you were wondering. What do you think?

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Now, this looks more like it to me.

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Talk about a modern Batcave if I've ever seen one. Even Batman would think this is not too shabby.

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As much as I love the decor and the ambiance of this place, I'm clumsy and I think I would need to wear a helmet here.

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Would you need one too?

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This lodge is fed by an underground spring originating from within the heart of the cave.

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There is also a geothermal heating system, an extra maintenance barn, and an apartment with horse stables.

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Could you get a good night's sleep knowing you were going down for the night in an actual cave?

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I dunno how I would feel about this, to be honest.

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I gotta say I'm pretty impressed with the whole set-up and the decor choices in this place.

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Just get a load of this amazing modern kitchen. How cool is this?

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Can you imagine having actual stalactites right in your bathroom?

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That might take some getting used to, lol. Hopefully, nothing can crawl out of there. Yikes, ha, ha!

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Taking a shower here would surely be one-of-a-kind experience.

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You would feel like you're totally one with nature for sure. Are you digging it? Wink, wink.

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This looks like a cozy spot to do some quiet reading or a place to sit and come up with a plan to take over the world.

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No? LOL!

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Check out this view from the second level.

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That is definitely Instagram-worthy. I think if you posted this photo, people will totally freak out and want to visit.

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As much as this place gives me a little bit of the creeps, I do love how all the light showcases the cave elements.

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This is the most unique home ever.

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This place also comes with a helicopter landing pad.

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If that wasn't enough, there's also a small spring-fed lake originating from the spring inside the cave which creates a waterfall to the lake. Wow, impressive!

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So what do you think? Could you live in a place like this?

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I think I could probably visit for the weekend, but to live there? I dunno about that.

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