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Lieutenant Worf wants to get his house back from Star Trek!

Lieutenant Worf wants to get his house back from Star Trek!

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When Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of the Enterprise, including Lieutenant Worf, they land on a seemingly deserted planet, they find in this house the only two inhabitants who seem to have miraculously survived a disaster that has taken the life of the rest of the population ahead.

The house appears in the series as it really is except for the environment, which thanks to the magic of the small screen makes the entire neighborhood disappear to show a bleak landscape.

The house, designed by futuristic architect Ellis Gelman, has very striking angles, circular and triangular windows, and impressive interiors. It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a spectacular kitchen, a large living room with high ceilings covered in wood and spectacular views, a leisure room and a terrace overlooking the sea of ​​more than 40 square meters. And of course a gym and guest house ...

The dream house for any Trekkie worth its salt costs 5.695 million dollars, and is in Malibu, California.

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