"SCI-FI fan Tony Alleyne has sold his Star Trek-themed flat for an astronomical £425,000 — FIVE TIMES its market value. click hereBeam me up, Scotty! TC.
person who paid that much must have a sad life
I actually like it,If all the consoles worked i would pay that amount for it.Lets hope theres a holodeck. :)
The place looks as camp as a row of tents but each to their own.G
Right then now for doin up me flat in the theme of space family robinson and flog it for a cool 1 million, should be able to do it for a fiver...
Blimey, is property really that cheap in Leicestershire if £450k is five times its value? Not my taste, but each to their own, as Gandalf says.
If its dylithium crystals in the main warp go it won't be worth a bean.
It's not that authentic, it has a loo.Everybody knows Starfleet personnel never go.
didn't stop at the kitchen with the Trekky theme. I wonder if he plays that odd chess-type game on a glass stand? It looks as if he drinks bright blue stuff when he's chilling, just like Captain Kirk.I doubt the Enterprise had a stainless-steel Blanco 1.5 bowl sink with B&Q kitchen mixer tap, though.
smoking 44"person who paid that much must have a sad life"Why sad? Is it sad to enjoy something that you don't? Who made you the supreme arbiter of what is sad?
I rather like the idea. Mind you I would never have paid the money he got for it but it rather cool.What about my idea. I'll deck out my flat to look like a rubbish tip and sell it as a Steptoe and Son theme house. Any takers?
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