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A condominium with the Millennium Falcon Theater hits the market at Disney World for $ 15 million

Yoda said size is not important. But when a family of Star Wars fans built Disney World's dream home, they had Han Solo in mind, not a pint-sized Jedi Master.

What is the result? A 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean mansion with a Millennium Falcon-themed theater.

"The theater actually has a life-sized Chewbacca that the owner created as an exact replica of the original," said Kriskristensen, one of the property's list agents. ..

Theunique propertythat hit the market last week is listed for $ 15 million. With 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, the movie has too many accents to count. There is also a marble replica of the Cinderella fireplace.

Homeowners are not only loyal to the right side, but also proudly carry the Star Wars franchise owner's flag.

It's classic Mediterranean out front but inside is a galaxy apart.
A theater based on the Millennium Falcon is the home's centerpiece.
Make some inter-galactic friends at the bar.
But there is other touches of Star Wars fun throughout.
The house also sports more traditional decor.
It has seven bedrooms.
And a pool for chillng out in after a hot day at Disney.
That's a lot of fun for $15 million.

"Family loves Disney," Kristensen said. I will explain. The current owner lives there full time. That makes sense. To live at Walt Disney World Resort, you must be a member with a Mickey Mouse Club card.

 Built in 2019, this house may have been a two-story olive garden in past life. Located on 0.75 acres of grounds, just off the resort's luxury enchantment Oak Drive. .. According to Christensen, most homes in the "hood" have been influenced by some Disney to attract homeowners who continue to live happily and breathe everything. Featuring a, Mickey Mouse Suiteless than a mile away, this 6-bed, 6-bath home will be yours for only $ 16 million.

The imaginators have stopped bringing us the next Space Mountain and Tower of Terror to help design the home. Disney architects have also joined. Their touch can be seen in the custom Disney-themed stained glass windows and the grand staircase at the entrance. Both seem to pay homage to "Beauty and the Beast." On the other hand, "car" fans appreciate the four separate garages of the property. Since they have car lifts, in theory, BMWs can be stacked on top of Bentley (or vice versa, depending on what you're driving recently). 

The property's outdoor space features a "glittering" freeform pool, a rocky waterfall water slide, a summer kitchen, and a covered courtyard with a living room featuring fiber optic starry ceilings. there is. There is also a detached studio guesthouse. Highlights inside the house include a game room, a custom Swarovski crystal chandelier, a Remy-approved chef's kitchen with an "exotic granite countertop", and a master suite boasting two gas fireplaces (in Florida). Obviously it gets cold). In the evening, soak in the hot tub and enjoy the free night fireworks show offered by your neighbor Epcot.

 HOA isn't cheap, but you're expected to pay $ 8,000 a year, but what's compared to $ 19,000 a year you'll have to fork for a mandatory membership in a country club? There is no. There are plenty, but if you don't have enough membership fees, you'll find three restaurants, including a community pool and patio, a 24/7 fitness center, a family area, and a tapas joint for spectators over the age of 21. The club is membership, so you don't have to worry about hitting a refluff from the Four Seasons across the Dreamtree Boulevard pond. 

If so idyllic, why are owners selling Star Wars fairy tales? Christensen says he is considering miniaturization. Yoda is always right.