$35 million 'Star Trek' mansion goes boldly indeed

$35 million 'Star Trek' mansion goes boldly indeed
Ilyce R. Glink
·Yahoo! Homes Contributor

Billionaire Trekkies rejoice: This is your dream home.

Internet mogul Marc Bell, former CEO of the adult networking site FriendFinder, has put his 27,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom, 16-bathroom Florida home on the market, with one very special feature: an unbelievable entertainment area that includes a Starship Enterprise bridge-turned-movie-theater, a massive '80s-style arcade and a Call of Duty-decorated gaming room, pictured at lower right. (Click here or on any photo to launch a slideshow of the home.)

“I’ve never in my entire life seen anything like this, and I’ve been in real estate 15 years,” said listing agent Senada Adzem Bernard with Douglas Elliman. “It wasn’t done by someone who wanted a super-cool theater; this was done by one of the biggest Trekkies in the world.”

Bell doesn't just have an eye for detail in re-creating the sets of the show and films; he's also one of the world's biggest collectors of original items and props used during filming. He even has original Spock ears framed in the theater, Adzem Bernard said.

The home is on the market for $35 million, though the Spock ears—if Bell is even willing to part with them—would be extra.

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