Beam Me Up, Scotty! For only $19.9 million, a mega-nerd with very deep pockets could be the proud owner of this eccentric Boca Raton home that’s decked out head to toe — nay, bathroom to bar — in Star Trek decor.
The whimsical mansion has 9 bedrooms and 9.5 bedrooms, spread out over 19,972 square feet on a 1.64 acre lot.
The front door is an impressive 12-foot mahogany masterpiece that enters into a massive two-story foyer that has a motorized chandelier.
To emphasize, a motorized chandelier. What even is that?
Rivaling any home theater, the Star Trek estate has a a themed screening room with a 10-foot movie screen, 3D projector, seating for 11 people, and a full concession stand and bar.
The mammoth kitchen has endless countertop space, multiple sinks, two refrigerators, two ovens with warming trays, a walk-in pantry, two stoves, two microwaves, two dishwashers, and a 1,500-bottle temperature controlled wine room.
An estate like this wouldn’t be complete without equally zany bedrooms. An “underground” room of bunk beds, a pirate room, you name it.
Other insane amenities include a giant recreation room that’s complete with a full bar and 150-gallon built-in fish tank and an arcade.
Outside the main house is an outdoor entertainment kitchen with retractable screens, infrared heaters, and automated storm shutters for Florida’s hurricane season.
Additionally, the outdoor entertainment area has a patio bar with wood/charcoal grill, a gas grill, ice machine, refrigerator, flat screen TVs, and a glass atrium with retractable shades.
The resort-style pool is 60 feet by 20 feet, and has a waterfall and heated spa.
Located in an exclusive family-friendly country club community in Palm Beach County, the estate is only accessible through two gates that have 24/7 security, or by helicopter. For even more high-tech security, the entire estate is equipped with a Crestron Home Technology system, which provides 80 security cameras throughout the entire property.
The one-of-a-kind residence was built in 2005 and first hit the market for $35 million in 2014, then again in 2018 for $34.5 million. After a couple price reductions, the home is now up for grabs for a highly-affordable $19.9 million.
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