The priciest home to ever hit the market in Boca Raton, Fla. is nothing short of a science fiction lover’s dream. The 27,000 square foot home, on the market for $35 million, contains the world’s top rated home theater, which has been modeled to look like an exact replica of the bridge of the Star Trek Enterprise – complete with original series sound effects for the doors and hundreds of thousands of “stars” built into the ceiling.
The 8 bedroom, 16 bathroom home, currently owned by Tony Award Winning Jersey Boys Producer and investment firm owner Marc Bell, also contains a grandiose ballroom that currently houses more than 60 arcade games dating back to the late ‘70s and a “Call of Duty” room modeled after the popular video game. Douglas Elliman’s Senada Adzem, Oren and Tal Alexander are the listing agents in Florida and New York, respectively. Equipped with three full bars, a 1,500-bottle wine cellar, library, gym and full basketball court, Bell’s home is all about living and entertaining on a very grand scale.
Photography: Andy Frame