There was a question posed recently that asked "What is a subject you could talk about for an hour without any preparation needed?" My answer would be Star Wars. I'm not on the level of an ultimate Star Wars fan, but I would be close. I saw this home in Houston, Texas, and while out of my price range, I'm just sitting here having a nerdgasm over how beautiful it looks and how I could live like a member of the Galactic Empire, just without the whole planet destroying moon base.

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My Personal Star Wars Fandom

I heart Star Wars. I will not talk bad about any of the nine movies in the Skywalker Saga. I'm a fan and enjoy them all in my own way. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is an underrated spinoff. Solo: A Star Wars Story was good. I loved The Mandalorian and Obi-Wan Kenobi but have yet to sit down and watch The Book of Boba Fett or Andor. Trying to explain the movies and TV shows to my girlfriend is like this gif, though:

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Looks Like Darth Vader Driving Up

So, of course, if I could have a Star Wars themed home, I would absolutely jump on it. That's exactly what this home in Houston is inspired by. The outside even resembles Darth Vader.

Looks like Darth Vader Driving Up - har.com
Looks like Darth Vader Driving Up - har.com
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Brief Run Down of Amenities

On the inside, the home looks like a Galactic Empire base just without the whole taking over the universe thing. There's four bedrooms, five full bathrooms, four car garage, wine room, pool and a whole lot more luxury.

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A dream home, indeed, even if you're not a Star Wars fan. While this is out of most of our price range, $3.7 million, its still fun to give it a look and dream of that awesome nerd haven.

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