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It's a fortress fit for a Bond villain, complete with bullet proof windows, a helipad for a quick escape and it's on the market for $4 million.
Nestled atop a knoll in the Hollywood Hills, the 7,744-sq-ft mansion has two panic rooms and steel-reinforced concrete walls.
Home - Earthquake - Proof - Caissons - Ground
Built in 2001, the home is even earthquake proof due to specially built concrete caissons dug 30-feet under the ground and boasts a wine cellar that doubles up as a bunker that also releases a disorientating fog spray to trap and confuse home intruders.
Built by home security magnate Al Corbi, the home's security system was set up by Corbi's firm SAFE, short for Strategically Armored & Fortified Environments.
Buyer - Levels - Home - Security
For your $4 million the buyer gets the highest levels of personal and home security.
There are two panic rooms with steel-reinforced concrete wall and two 'safe core' bedrooms in a ballistics-proof home within the home.
Cores - Doors - Locks
The safe cores can be immediately sealed by locking one or more special doors with vault-style locks.
There is also a wine cellar that doubles as a bunker. A system was installed to release a disorienting fog spray.
House - IPads - Camera - Surveillance - Areas
Throughout the house, wall-mounted iPads allow for camera surveillance of different areas of the property.
The Corbi family doesn't use keys thanks to biometric recognition...
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