Excess is Spelled F-L-O-R-I-D-A

3682 Princeton Pl., Boca Raton, FL 33496

I imagine that there might exist a more extravagant home game room than this, but I’ve certainly never seen anything else that comes close. This one’s so big it took two more photos just to capture it all.

But that’s just the beginning of what this home has to offer…

3682 Princeton Pl., Boca Raton, FL 33496

Yup, that’s a home theater modeled after the bridge of the Enterprise from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

3682 Princeton Pl., Boca Raton, FL 33496

Borg Bar.

The parts of the home that aren’t in geek overdrive mode are certainly interesting as well.

3682 Princeton Pl., Boca Raton, FL 33496

Gotta love the very formal table setting paired with that modern art and a life-sized samurai statue.

3682 Princeton Pl., Boca Raton, FL 33496

Ooh! More classy art above the bed! It would appear that becoming ridiculously rich often causes one to lose all sense of good taste.

And just for good measure, let’s throw in a pirate-themed video game room. Because why not.

3682 Princeton Pl., Boca Raton, FL 33496

This place easily beats out the Indiana home with the Star Wars / Alien / Predator themed entertainment space for the crazy excess + terribly mismatched decor prize. Of course, it costs nearly eight times as much, so I guess it should?

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3 Comments on "Excess is Spelled F-L-O-R-I-D-A"

  1. Ok, I totally want the Star Trek Next Generation bridge theater. Sorry, Jean Luc, she’s my ship now.

    So I’m marveling at the rest of the house. Love the back porch. Tasteful decor for the most part. Then I get to photo #12. The Campbell’s Soup wall just seems out of place. It’s like we can see that they know how to decorate well, but then there are these bizarre things thrown in.

    So I’m looking for the library, because any house this size has to have a good library, and the only thing that looks remotely like a library is filled with gym equipment. (?!?!?)

  2. Emerald63 | May 16, 2014 at 2:40 PM |

    Game room, shmame room… I’m still whimpering over the utterly delectable waterfall and pool complex. And the tasteful front facade is easy on the eyes, too.

    The non-theme areas are well designed and tastefully decorated for the most part. There’s a really good visual balance between furnishings and overall space and an equally good balance between the amount of neutral shades and rich colors.

    As for artwork, though, I’m with Frodo – there are some pretty strange artistic exclamation points throughout. Not only are the soup cans overwhelming in size, c’mon… when has anyone in a house this pricey ever had a can of Campbell’s? Or a can of anything for that matter? A more appropriate item is the no-doubt authentic Samurai armor in the dining room. Fits the income bracket and the social standing to a tee.

    And now to the wondermous herd of elephants in the house… the entertainment rooms. WOW. Big Money and Big Geek Cred? (Or at least the smarts to hire geek savvy decorators.) Oh, yeah!!! The detailing is amazing… Pic 13: foam rubber Vulcan saluting hands, Robby the Robbot, and a Mickey Mouse as Luke Skywalker figurine on the coffee table; Pic 14: Spock-bear on the bar, complete Star Wars Mr. Potato Head collection on the top shelf, and what looks to be either a giant Darth Vader Pez dispenser on the back counter or possibly a DV beer tap; Pic 15: although the screen shows a scene from the (sacrilegious) second reboot movie, there’s a bevy of lovely tribbles lined up along the bottom of the wall to calm the nerves; Pics 26 & 27: Hollywood Theaters chain carpeting and color scheme, multiple Romulan warbird models on the wall, and Every.Damn.Video.Game.You.Could.Ever.Want. including vintage Ms. Pac-Man and Donkey Kong units. And, perhaps best of all (sorry Star Trek), the kick-ass pirate ship kid’s bedroom. At least… I think it’s a kid’s room, lol.

    Sign me up. First with the same broker and then with the same real estate agent. :D

  3. Emerald63 | May 29, 2014 at 1:28 PM |

    Well whaddya know? This place has been highlighted by CNN. Take a gander here:

    Turns out the owner didn’t just hire geek savvy decorators, either. He’s a huge Trek fan himself.


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