Northern Arizona Property Has Real-Life Man Cave

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Arizona’s amazing environment and landscape means the state boasts some pretty unique homes and properties. Now, one of the most unique residences is up for sale.

Seligman is a small town located just over 75 miles west of Flagstaff. There, a cool and cavernous house is on the market, awaiting its next lucky owner.

Many people don’t realize that Arizona is home to thousands of stunning caves and caverns. And this particular Seligman property is actually on one of those caves.

Beneath this two bedroom, one bathroom cabin is a gorgeous natural cave. The next owner could create the most amazing man-cave ever- literally!

The home is off the grid and uses solar power and storage batteries, while water is hauled in or collected from rain on the roof. Other unique features include the six lush acres of gorgeous Arizona land, and stunning panoramic views of the Aubrey Cliffs. It’s on the market for $199,000 – all cash, no financing.

The underground cave encompasses 3,000 square feet and is a natural dry cavity that could be over 300 million years old.

One of the best benefits of the property is it maintains a cooler temperature with it’s higher elevation.

View the full listing here!

Photo: realtor.com


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