Gotham City already has Batman and his Batcave, so there might be one in San Antonio, Texas as well.
It certainly has a product to show for it.
Unpretentious four- and three-bedroom homes in Lone Star State are listed for $875,000.
But this place, which looks like a typical American family home with a kitchen, formal dining room, family room and a separate two-car garage, has certain features that set this place apart: 1 There are two.
It has its own natural bridge cave.
“Do you like Natural Bridge Caverns?” Liszt asks. “If so, take a look at this unique park-like property. This must-see property boasts its own grotto.”
The story of how this cave became part of the house is even more interesting.
“The cave was discovered in 2004 when the owner was clearing the land for construction.
home,” the home’s owner told The Post in a statement.
The owner noticed cold air coming from a small hole in the ground. “Wind pressure tests have shown that the cave may be the size of a house,” the statement said.
By 2011, a pool excavation company had created an entrance to the cave, making it possible to walk through a 15-foot tunnel. Meanwhile, a lower, larger room was discovered with a 3-foot hole to blow air into the floor. In total, you will descend 30 feet.
The Texas caves in this area are 100,000 to 2 million years old. This cave and his two tourist attraction caves – Natural Bridge Cave and Bracken Bat Cave just north of it – were formed when the ground moved causing a collapse, creating an opening.
“The cave was once inhabited by bats, but the subsequent shift closed the entrance for bats,” the statement added, adding, “Our caves are sparsely populated, so careful contact with bats is a problem.” No,’ he said.
The house became a popular account @zillowgonewildamassing millions of views with many references to Batman.
“Bruce Wayne liked this post,” joked one user.
“When Bruce Wayne has to downsize,” said another.
“It’s the coolest place I’ve ever seen in my life,” commented another.
Located on 2.56 acres of land, several oak, magnolia and mountain laurel trees surround the property, complete with wrought iron fencing for optimum security and privacy.
It first went public last month at $950,000. However, following the $75,000 price cut, an offer for the home was made on August 4th and is currently pending.
Lori Largen of JB Goodwin Realtors keeps the list.