The futuristic pad is on the market for $5.7 million.
Calling all Trekkies: If you’re searching for the ultimate piece of memorabilia, you might want to check out this enviable piece of real estate—which, along with Star Trek ties, comes with out-of-this-world ocean views.
Built in 1981, the contemporary Malibu estate starred in the third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, which aired in the late ‘80s but was set in the 24th century. According to Trekkie blogs, the house played the sole surviving structure on a completely deserted unknown planet. While its real-life setting is a lot more idyllic, it's easy to see how the modern dwelling, with its dramatic angles and triangular windows, could feel right at home in the Starship Enterprise era.
Inside, the angled rooflines create open living spaces with soaring ceilings and ocean-facing windows that filter in loads of natural light. Slate tile flooring coupled with wood-clad ceilings and stainless steel accents keep the space feeling contemporary but cozy. Four bedrooms are spread throughout the home, each spacious and clean-lined.
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Outside, 440 square feet of terraces offer ample living space to take in the property’s impressive sea views amidst Malibu’s year-round perfect weather. In addition to the main house, the property’s two-plus acres include a lavender and rose garden, 10-car parking lot, and a separate guest unit.
Sound like your kind of contemporary hideaway? For $5,695,000, you can boldly go there … and stay forever. The futuristic pad is currently listed with Ani Dermenjian of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury. See more photos here: