Since Gotham City already has Batman and his Batcave, maybe the city of San Antonio, Texas can have one too.
It certainly has the goods to show for it.
An unassuming four-bedroom, three-bedroom home in the Lone Star State has listed for $875,000.
But what appears to be your typical American family home — with a kitchen, a formal dining room, a family room and a detached two-car garage — has one particular feature that makes this place really stand out.
It has its very own natural bridge cavern.
“Do you love Natural Bridge Caverns?” The listing asks. “If so, take a look at this one-of-a-kind park like property. This must-see property boasts a cavern of its own.”
The history of how this cave came to be a part of house is even more interesting.
“The cave was discovered in 2004, when the owners were clearing the land to build
the house,” the home’s owners told The Post in a statement.
The owners had noticed cool air coming from a small hole in the ground. “A wind pressure test showed a cave potentially the size of the house,” the statement said.
By 2011, a pool excavation company created an entrance into the cave and made the 15-foot tunnel walkable. Meanwhile, a 3-foot hole in the floor blowing air led to the discovery of a lower, larger room. In total, you will descend 30 feet down.
Texas caves in the area range 100,000 to 2 million years old. This cave, as well as the two tourist attraction caves — Natural Bridge Caverns and the Bracken Bat Cave just north — were formed by a shift in the ground causing a collapse and creating the opening.
“At one time the cave was inhabited by bats, but a later shift closed their entrance,” the statement added, saying “because of the low traffic in our cave, it is ok to carefully touch the formations.”
The home made its way to the popular account @zillowgonewild, racking up millions of views with many references to Batman.
“Bruce Wayne liked this post,” one user joked.
“When Bruce Wayne has to downsize,” another said.
“That is the coolest spot I’ve ever seen in my life,” another commented.
Situated on 2.56 acres of land, several oak, magnolia and mountain laurel trees surround the property — complete with wrought iron fencing for optimal security and privacy.
It initially listed last month for $950,000. But following a $75,000 price cut, an offer was made on the house on August 4 and it is currently pending.
Lori Largen with JB Goodwin Realtors holds the listing.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.