Two luxury homes converted from a former World War II bunker have been snapped up within a week of going on sale.
The two-bedroom properties on the former RAF base in Caversfield went on the market in May at £440,000 each.
The bunker, built in 1939, had no windows, four-metre thick reinforced concrete-and-earth walls and a concrete roof.
Restoration experts City & Country added courtyards as part of its Garden Quarter housing development.
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