United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric

On January 13, almost makes it difficult for most people to withstand great pressures of modern life, many people even dream of escape to paradise. United Kingdom in Worcestershire “modern caveman” Angelo? masiteluopiaiteluo has achieved this dream, 250 million years ago, in his local forests in prehistoric caves to luxury modern residence, also equipped with floor heating, running water and Wi-Fi.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

On January 13, almost makes it difficult for most people to withstand great pressures of modern life, many people even dream of escape to paradise. United Kingdom in Worcestershire “modern caveman” Angelo? masiteluopiaiteluo has achieved this dream, 250 million years ago, in his local forests in prehistoric caves to luxury modern residence, also equipped with floor heating, running water and Wi-Fi.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

Now 38, Angelo was Australia head of recruitment firm, in Australia for 10 years. In 2007, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, even paralyzed, it made him reflect on the health and lifestyle, they want to make him feel happy, healthy place to live.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

In 1999, Angelo while out cycling with friends all of a sudden rain, seeking shelter from the rain when they discovered the cave for the first time. After 300 years, the caves were used as a four-bedroom House, until in the late 1940 of the 20th century, abandoned. In 2010, Angelo returns the United Kingdom, see the caves are for sale, paid 62,000 pounds (about 590,000 yuan) to buy it.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

Since then, Angelo and 100,000 pounds (about 960,000 yuan) to reform here, cutting and removal of 70 to 80 tons of rock. Connecting only 2 rooms stone gate, it took him 11 days to build. He also built the Hill, introduction of clean running water from the mountain. Because he does not need planning permission, so you can make use of their imagination, creating your own Comfortable residence.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

He uses a lot of pebbles to build shower walls, bathroom sink using organic materials such as rocks and logs, most of the layout of the room, it retains the cave scene, including rock textured walls and curved. Angelo also not shy of modern facilities, he wished to make stone houses in order to give a modern feel, while retaining the charm of the cave.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

Throughout the renovation project cost Angelo to more than 1000 hours. He said: “I like a challenge. Coincidence is that the meaning of my surname is actually a stone master, so my blood flowing with risk factors. ”

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

In the left figure, Angelo cave-like design was retained, including texture of stone walls and curved. In the figure on the right, Angelo cave with water facilities, but remain faithful to the natural environment, including details such as wooden sink. Qinghai Lake hundreds of sheep crossing the ice

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

Angelo cave installing large Windows, so that the Sun can shine. Also dropped many green plants in front, standing on the balcony you can enjoy.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

The caves in the cliffs of up to 15 meters in in the 1940 of the 20th century and abandoned. Image on the left is the newly installed chimneys.

United Kingdom man spent millions rebuilding 250 million years in prehistoric caves

Angelo does not need planning permission, he plans to spend more than 1000 hours.

It took him 11 days to open the right doors 1.5 m tall stone.

Angelo is still unfinished cut built-in wardrobe in the bedroom.

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