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We as humans are somewhat still bound to Earth. The Tony Award-winning producer Marc Bell, however, has seemingly solved the problem. The venture capitalist and hi-tech entrepreneur, Bell, installed a Star Trek-themed mansion oasis in Boca Raton, Florida.

If you have a cool $25million laying around this home can be yours. Bell pays tribute to his Trekkie impulses with a jaw-dropping design. Marc Bell is known for bringing Rock of Ages as well as Jersey boys to the Broadway stage. He has owned Penthouse magazine, but his most ambitious venture yet is space. he is building as well as launching what’s called nano-satellites with his company Terran Orbital.

This place is ultra-luxury. Here are the specs:

  • 9 bedrooms / 10 full baths / 6 half baths
  • 1,500-bottle temperature-controlled wine room
  • Gas lanterns approximately every 15′ in front of the estate
  • Marble or hardwood flooring throughout
  • Integrated Crestron system to control all aspects of the estate including security, lights, and audio
  • Crestron security system with 70 cameras, motion sensors, window sensors, and door sensors
  • Two staircases and an elevator make access to the second floor a breeze
  • Resort-style pool with waterfall and accented with ceramic fish of the Caribbean

  • Star Trek-themed mansion Geek Impulse
  • Star Trek-themed mansion Geek Impulse
  • Star Trek-themed mansion Geek Impulse
  • Star Trek-themed mansion Geek Impulse

I was 10 years old and my dad flew us to Florida for a conference, and when we got to the hotel there was no bed for my sister and I. They put two cots in a conference room and it had a big-screen TV. It was freezing cold out, so we couldn’t go anywhere. They were playing a 24-hour Star Trek marathon on TV, and I’d never seen it before. I sat there in amazement and watched the entire marathon. That was my introduction to sci-fi and the series. I loved all the episodes with Harry Mudd.

George Takei was my favorite of all the Star Trek guys that visited, and he was a fascinating, interesting man,” he adds. “My favorite who never visited, but I spoke to on the phone many times, was Leonard Nimoy, who I found to be very sharp and bright.

I’ll definitely miss the theater most when the home sells, that’s my favorite part,” Bell says. “The next would be my bar and arcade. My favorite game of all time there is Atari football. The house is being sold empty; the theater stays intact, obviously. Everything else goes. But if someone wants to pay me double, then we’ll have the conversation!

Mark Belle Interview with SyFy Wire

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