This L.A. Mansion is Every Star Wars Fans Dream House. A $26.5 Million Mansion recently hit the market in Los Angeles, California, and it is every major Star Wars Fans dream house! Complete with full costumes, displays, cantina, and private theater, you ca easily immerse yourself in the Star Wars Universe while roaming these halls.
“A circular display case in the center of the basement contains about 30 mostly custom helmets for clone and stormtroopers, while the vehicle to the left is a custom replica of a speeder bike from “Return of the Jedi.””
“For the cantina scene, Greedo is depicted with a pistol in the far right corner; the other two figures are extras from the scene, a Bith musician from the cantina’s band on the left and Zutton, or “Snaggletooth,” on the right drinking a Corona beer. Custom copper piping and tubing make the space more industrial, while the glass geometric tiles on the front of the bar harken back to the style of the rest of the house.”
“The basement is entered through the elevator on the right. On the left, a figure of a Tusken Raider is brandishing a weapon known as a gaffi stick, while on the right is a figure of a Jawa, a scavenger of the desert. The wall mural depicting Tatooine was painted by an artist who specializes in Star Wars imagery.”
“To the rear of the theater, there is a tableau from “The Empire Strikes Back,” in which there is a second figure of a Han Solo frozen in carbonite. It also includes Chewbacca carrying an injured C-3PO and bounty hunter Boba Fett pointing a gun. The theater was designed in a blue and orange hue reminiscent of the scene, and the center light changes color at the touch of a button.”
“A replica of an X-Wing fighter; it is about a sixth of the size of the one in the movie. The figures to the left are bounty hunters from “Episode V” and, through the glass doors to the left, there is a depiction of Han Solo frozen in carbonite.”
“A snowtrooper stands guard at the bottom of a set of stairs leading to the home’s family room. As guests walk up the stairs, each step lights up one-by-one. To the right of the stairs is the “bad guy corner,” featuring a custom-made red imperial shock trooper from “Episode III.” In the display cases next to him are busts of Darth Vader and other collectibles of characters like Jabba the Hutt. There is also a custom Star Wars arcade game.”
“A lobby area off the lounge features a variety of figures. Clockwise, they include a mini Jawa with a Gonk Droid; comic book character Darth Talon; A light-saber toting Darth Maul, the villain from “Episode I;” a miniature Darth Vader and a battle droid. In the center of the lobby, clone trooper helmets are displayed in cases.”
This house is chock full of Star Wars collectibles, and I know I could spend hours gawking at all the decorations, costumes, and figurines. The 18,200-square-foot home also has a gym, music studio, and a safe room. The 3-acre grounds have an indoor-outdoor pool, a tennis court and — for more outer-space appeal — an observatory with a 14-inch reflector telescope. Would you want to live in a mansion like this? Let us know in the comments!
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