Hitler's former Bavarian mountain retreat called The “Eagle’s Nest” is a place he occasionally called home. Starting in 2015, the building will begin undergoing a makeover costing over $22 million.
There's not much positive to say about Hitler but he did have some remarkable residences.
The German leader’s former Bavarian mountain retreat called The “Eagle’s Nest” is a place he would occasionally call home.
Described as a chalet, the beautiful property has become a historical information center. Starting in 2015, the building will begin undergoing a makeover which is expected to cost over $22 million.
The 11 thousand square foot structure will more than double it’s space After the renovations it will be close to 27 thousand square feet.
The construction will complete by 2018.
Accessible by a gorgeous mountain road, the “Eagle’s Nest” was initially built as a teahouse for Hitler’s 50th birthday.
Situated on top of a mountain summit, the views from the building are absolutely breathtaking. Hitler’s everyday residence and headquarters were located at the foot of the same steep hill that the retreat sits on top of.