Spanning 7,000-square-feet and located in Houston, Texas, this unofficial “Darth Vader House” is most certainly fit for the Dark Lord of the Sith, or at least his helmet. It was constructed in 1992 and will set you back a cool $4.3-million from Wade Knight with Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty should this be of interest.
What do you get inside? How about four bedrooms and five full bathrooms with a stormtrooper-like vibe and ample closets. For auto enthusiasts who may have a supercar or two, there is a 4-car garage to ensure that no vehicle is left behind. If you just so happen to be in the area and want to see it in person, just stop by 3201 University Boulevard.
- Escape the stresses of everyday life for a while and enjoy some quality time recreating every menacing detail of Darth Vader’s Helmet with this collectible LEGO Star Wars building kit (75304)
- The iconic design of Darth Vader’s Helmet is recreated in LEGO bricks to spark memories of classic Star Wars saga scenes, and the display stand with nameplate completes an impressive centerpiece
- This set is part of a series of collectible LEGO Star Wars build-to-display helmet models – look out for the new Scout Trooper Helmet (75305).
- This 834-piece set offers a complex, rewarding building experience and makes a top birthday, holiday or surprise gift for any Star Wars enthusiast, experienced LEGO builder or hobbyist
- Measuring over 8 in. (20 cm) high, 5.5 in. (15 cm) wide and 5.5 in. (14cm) deep, this buildable Darth Vader Helmet model doesn’t need much space for display but makes a big visual impact
He loved the movies. That was his inspiration. He sat down and drew on paper how he wanted the house to look inside and outside and worked with an architect to do that. What you see is his baby and his design inside and outside of the house. He made his dream come true,” said listing agent Nadia Carron.