We thought we'd seen it all, between homes that used to be fire stations, factories and gas stations. But one of the coolest home conversions we've come across is this World War II bunker in the United Kingdom that's now a cozy, three-bedroom house.
In the video above, homeowner Elizabeth Strutton shows off her abode that was built in 1942 and originally used as a listening post during the war. From the outside, the earth-sheltered property looks very, er, rustic, but inside, you'll find a spacious home that's got everything you'd need. Of course, the transformation wasn't easy, but it was definitely worth it.
Watch the video above to learn all about this home, and click through our slideshow to see other home conversions.
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