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Live long and prosper in this Star Trek mansion

Sarah Firshein
August 6, 2012


As Curbed's seen before, Star Trek enthusiasts are an industrious bunch, even going as far as kitting out a one-bedroom apartment to look like the interior of the Starship Enterprise and fighting to keep it in divorce court.

For that dedicated soul, here's a new opportunity: a Starship Enterprise-inspired home near Sydney, Australia. Listed for $10.5 million, the place was designed to have "endless open space," as owner and rabid Star Trek fan Peter Chedid recently told the Wall Street Journal, and "has a cutting-edge design, but will last 100 hundred years."

 Inside the six-bedroom temple to futurism, a 10-person theater contains a 120-inch projector screen and walls papered with a photo taken from the Hubble Telescope, as well as custom Italian furniture that's included in the sale price.

Not a die-hard Trekkie? No worres: Chedid thinks the property will likewise appeal to "corporate types who work from home (who) will appreciate the large study adjacent to the entrance lobby with spectacular ocean views."