spyhouse
Inside what looks to be the cozy living room of a crazy one-bedroom Seattle spy hut.

If you’re looking do to some spying, need to lay low and have $200,000 in cash on hand, there’s a little spot in Seattle’s Greenwood area just for you.

spyhut1Called the “most unique home on the market today,” this one-bedroom house sure does look like it. There’s 16 security cameras posted around the 510 square-foot spot, along with three electrical subpanels and a deep water gray water well.

It appears that the current owner is John Kmetz, a sound and lighting expert who has been around Seattle for more than a decade doing sound and light work for clubs like Neighbours. From the looks of it, he’s racked up an intense collection of equipment that you can purchase along with the house for a “small added cost.”

Here’s the full description of the crib:

The most unique home on the market today. Audiophile styling with wall of sound & specialty lighting. You enter into your own private nightclub & walk through a maze of impeccably built & organized storerooms meandering through the property. Features include a 16 camera surveillance system, 3 electrical subpanels, deep water gray water well, mirrored bedroom, attached carport & much more. Cash buyers only. Huge collection of audio, lighting, & electrical inventory for small added cost.

Check out the awesome pictures here.

H/T Curbed

Previously on GeekWire: Secrecy and trust: Why the NSA leaks feel like ‘The X-Files’

Comments

  • http://ClaussConcept.com Jason Gerard Clauss

    *lie low

  • rjbradlow

    Question is; What Happened to this guy? Did the NSA grab him?

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