If you’re looking for the best cave house, then you’ve come to the right place. A lovely dream, year-round living in your own Cave House Festus Missouri! The cave house doesn’t have a furnace or air-conditioning, but an ideal temperature around the year for living in a relaxed style with natural features is at a constant 16 degrees.
This cave house Festus mo features besides the front chamber living area, including a mid chamber of 4,350 sq foot and the 3rd chamber including a stage of 8,190 sq foot. A beautiful 30′ tall ceiling can imagine the possibilities with this once-in-a-lifetime find.
Cave House Festus Missouri is also featured large windows to let in as much light as possible. It is tucked at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in city limits. In 2003, the owners Curt and Deborah Sleeper’ found the man-made cave on eBay.
No doubt a fascinating structure built by the owner as their residence with more than 5000 sq feet of living space including all three bedrooms. Besides the living space and expansive workshop area the roller rink (The cave was originally a mine in the 1950s,) once was called the ‘Caveland Roller Rink’ in older days!
The stage at the end of the rink has hosted several legends including Ted Nugent, & Bob Seeger. The possibilities are endless with this once-in-a-lifetime real estate find! We have all of the information you need to make the most of your trip, so be sure to check out our blog for more details.
The owners of the house worked on the cave over the course of four to five years. Hence he decides to live in a tent next to the cave at one point. The exorbitant passion paid off because the cave house became one of the most unique places in Missouri.
The cave house has three-bedroom, office spaces, dining and living rooms on the ground floor, a kitchen, and bedrooms on a mezzanine. The cave house has electricity, water, and a drain, a decorated kitchen, and a whirlpool tub. It also has a goldfish pond. Moreover, in 2009, they appeared on television to put the property for sale online due to prospective foreclosure.