The Best Zombie Proof Homes In The US
Finally, real estate agents are realizing the marketing ability of touting zombie proof homes in the land of overdoing things. Realtor.com recently blogged some of the most impenetrable fortresses in the US, and the results did not disappoint. Take for instance the castle you see above. Dubbed Epic Lake Castle, this Florida home has one big f*cking moat as it’s best zombie defense. Destroy the road and bridge leading up to the gate and you’re guaranteed at least a few months of reprieve while trying to figure out your next move. If you’ve got the coin to buy Epic Lake for $10.9 million, then I’m pretty sure you know how to stockpile supplies as well. Just let me hold some tickets for when you have the raffle for who gets to live there when the dead roam the earth.
Another favorite of mine is also from Florida. East Sister Rock Island located in Marathon.
The Skinny: Private, remote island with its own breaker that has been designed to be self-sustaining with wind turbines and solar panels.
Bonus Zombie Defense Feature: Property includes not only a dock, but also a helicopter pad for making your escape, which might come in handy if the zombies pull a Dawn of the Dead reboot and figure out how to make a ship out of corpses.
In an apocalypse like Z-Day, anything self sustaining is awesome. Just because zombies want to annihilate mankind doesn’t mean we have to do without running water and electricity. My buddy Brad brought up some good points though. How’s the storm resistance on East Sister Rock? Also, what of zombies that get tossed around in a hurricane only to land on your property? What an ironic death that would be. Still, isolation and self sustaining power seems to be the main points in this super expensive property. With a small farm and garden, who knows how long you could last? Given my luck, probably about 30 minutes before I slip and crack my head open on the hardwood floor as I reenact the Tom Cruise dancing scene in Risky Business.
For the full list, head to: Realtor.com