Every man should have his own cave
• Every man should have his own cave
In today's world every person necessarily needs a place where he can be alone, to be with yourself and your thoughts in silence, to get to your room or your garage ... or cave.
How did our caveman Angelo Mastropetro. However, he was not a Neanderthal, and quite a modern man. 37-year-old businessman, who was recently diagnosed with "multiple sclerosis", decided to give up the nervous work, change their lifestyle and build your dream home in the county of Worcestershire, United Kingdom, in a cave, whose age is 250 million years old.
Angelo Mastropetro own hands, built a modern house with heating, electricity, and even Wi-Fi, spending on the project about 230 thousand dollars.
Angelo Mastropetro working on the next bedroom.
The idea to build a home in the cave came a former businessman in the moment when he was diagnosed with "multiple sclerosis". Angelo thought he would like to live in a place where he would be happy and healthy.
In the house walls are painted white.
Angelo sits in the bathroom, which is in the process transformed into a shower room, as he realized that he could not heat this amount of water.
Decorated pebbles wall gives individuality magnificent soul.
Angelo Mastropetro he planned and built the kitchen.
The owner of the cave though and built a modern house with all amenities, yet in the interior decoration remained faithful to natural materials.
The wooden shell perfectly fit into the interior of the cave.
Angelo discovered the cave with his friends during a bicycle ride in 1999. The cave has been abandoned since the 1940's. In 2010, Angelo returned to the UK from Australia, learned that it is sold ... and bought it.
In-house cave with large windows that had a lot of natural light. A cascade down from the walls ivy.
In the photo - a chimney for a wood-burning stoves.
The dream home also has a spacious terrace.