“He’s always been interested in space travel, in being in the stars, and he decided that if there was no way to travel to the stars, he’d bring them here,” said listing agent William Machupa, Jr., of1st Texas Realtors.
For $1.265 million, a new owner can enjoy the Star Trek-inspired addition to the whimsically designed mansion. Elsewhere in the home, one of four bedrooms is decked out as a medieval castle, and another has a staircase to a loft decorated with musical notes.
By the indoor pool is a staircase for beaming up to the Trekkie extravaganza. Enter through pneumatic doors with activation pads that flank a 100-plus-inch screen beneath a faux-starlit sky.
A cosmic kitchenette sits on a stage at the back of the home theater, with a snack bar and bench seating.
Sleep in space pod-style bunk beds, or work at a desk station worthy of Spock and Uhura — all with blue lighting to maximize the sci-fi experience.
A Space Age bathroom is outfitted with a heavily jetted shower and jetted tub.
The Texas company that built the space, Tiny Town Studios, specializes in playhouses, treehouses and fantasy-style pool additions, such as shipwrecks.
Always ahead of the highly competitive RGV real estate market, Marilyn Cortez is a Spanish speaking native of the Rio Grande Valley. Born and raised in Mission, Marilyn is committed to her clients, and is recognized as a Top Agent in the Greater McAllen Real Estate area, and within Keller Williams Realty. Since the start of her Real Estate career in 2007, she has sold over 40 million dollars of real estate. Known by her fellow real estate agents to be hardworking, honest, dedicated and motivated, Marilyn is knowledgeable in all areas of Real Estate and has built her business on results, with more than 70% of her clients being repeat clients.