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A mansion has come up for sale in Florida for an eye-watering $US14.995 million ($22 million).
Located in Orlando, the theme park capital of the United States, this mansion is so grand and vast it’s a veritable theme park in its own right.
This Florida home hides a tribute to Star Wars.Credit:Premier Sotheby’s International Realty
The property, spread over 3197 square metres, is located at Golden Oak estate, within the famed Walt Disney World Resort.
And, as a tribute to one of Disney’s most valuable brands, this stunning abode has created one of the best homages to Star Wars we’ve ever seen.
The entire home theatre room has been decked out to look exactly like the inside of Millennium Falcon … and it’s amazing.
The attention to detail in this Millennium Falcon-styled media room is profound.Credit:Premier Sotheby’s International Realty
With enough visual accoutrements to make occupants genuinely feel they’re aboard Han Solo’s space traversing ride, the room has been lavished with a movie-set level of detail.
The force is strong with this theatre room. Credit:Premier Sotheby’s International Realty
The mansion was only built in 2019, and the media room is equipped with the latest in cutting-edge home theatre equipment.
And if Star Wars isn’t your thing, the rest of the mansion is similarly jaw-dropping.
Benefits include a grand entrance hall with spiral staircase, a massive master suite, a professional chef’s kitchen with luxury appliances, a study, a bar and a home gym.
The pool features a water fountain and spa.Credit:Premier Sotheby’s International Realty
Outside, the home’s palatial features include a large swimming pool and spa, an al fresco area with built-in appliances, plus a large motor court and a four-car garage.
$22 million may sound like a silly amount of money for not just this mansion, but any mansion.
However, for the discerning Star Wars aficionado, the force is strong with this mansion.
This story originally appeared at Nine.com.au.
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