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With a ‘secret’ bomb shelter, this former PEPCO substation-turned-home wants $349K

Recently renovated and ready for the next homebuyer

All photos via RE/MAX Allegiance

In College Park, Maryland, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom single-family home was originally a PEPCO substation. For $349,000, homebuyers have the chance to buy the listing, which has a fresh paint job as well as new carpeting and appliances. There is also a “secret” bomb shelter room underground, but there are no photos available of this space.

Along with a driveway for multiple cars, the property also comes with a fairly spacious lot (over 8,000 square feet), which is perfect for those who like to garden or entertain outside. From the looks of the listing photos, the attic space has been renovated into a living space. The kitchen also features an island and stainless steel appliances.

4901 Delaware Street [Estately]