Beam me up to Boca, Scotty! A mansion that is every Star Trek fan’s dream come true is now for sale, according to the Sun Sentinel. The 27,000+ square foot home includes a movie theater designed to look like the command center of the USS Enterprise, and there is a lobby that acts as the “ready room,” and the home is decked out with Star Trek posters, pinball machines, and model spaceships.
The Boca Raton mansion has eight bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a crazy-big game room, basketball court and $2 million in technology. Doors lock themselves, and toilet seats come down their own. The home is currently owned by the former owner of Penthouse Magazine, Marc Bell. He is also a producer of Broadway musicals and plays, Bell won a Tony Award in 2006 for Best Musical with “Jersey Boys” and another for Best Play in 2008 with “August: Osage County.”
The home is for sale for $35 million, despite being appraised much lower, at $6.1 million, by Palm Beach County. Living in Boca Raton is affordable for many people, but this house might be a little much.