Cookie Jar House

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Built in the late 1940s, this Cookie Jar House wasn't created to hold cookies but it was built to withstand an atomic blast! It touts a semi-spherical body that reportedly would deflect the force of a bomb dropped in a nearby city such as Philadelphia. A direct hit would've been a different story we suppose. An entire community had been planned but this house was the only one built at a cost of around $165,000.

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Stone house sure reminds me of a cookie jar