Elizabeth Strutton's home in Land's End, Enland, was originally built in 1942 as a listening post but has now been converted into a family home.
This bunker was built in Britain to serve as a bomb-proof shelter for civilians. But over the years it has fallen into decay.
The interior of the bunker has undergone a complete transformation. The ventilation system and the water and drainage pipes have been fully modernised.
With a creativity and a positive outlook, this old abandoned bunker has been brought to life and transformed into a comfortable house.
After all transformations, it’s a modern three-bedroom bungalow, with two bathrooms, a spacious kitchen and a living room.
A highly original solution for lighting up the rooms: sun tubes that poke through the sturdy ceiling.
Elizabeth says that she now feels that she lives in the best place in the world.