If you are looking for real estate that makes your chances of zombie apocalypse survival greater than average, then you might consider features like islands, missile silos, tree houses, castles with barred windows, and my favorite, a high rise in which you've filled the entire lobby with spare furniture from the rooms on the other floors and then live off what's in the rooms until you run out. Hopefully by then, there is a plan B.
Let's look at some real-life zombie free residence scenarios.
This looks ideal, right? They have wind turbines and solar, and zombies can't swim, right? Well, unless you can drink saltwater and eat only fish, at some point you are going to need to leave and get fresh water and fruits and vegetables.
This 5.25 million dollar mansion in Austin has over 12,000 square feet on 4 acres, also has a private escape route to a boat house. Now, we're talking. Plenty of rain, water, land, hillside, few windows, can view things from the roof, can grow you own food, can get away to the lake to the boat if necessary. Now we're talking!
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