In pictures: This tech entrepreneur's house has a Star Trek room

If you're the millionaire founder of FriendFinder and a technology investor, turning one of your rooms into an exact replica of the Starship Enterprise probably doesn't seem that weird...

by Emma Haslett
Last Updated: 14 May 2014

Got a spare $35m (£21m) lying around? What better way to spend it than on the home of Marc Bell - producer, financier and millionaire founder of dating site FriendFinder (which is the parent company of Penthouse - and the decidedly NSFW AdultFriendFinder).

Bell's Mediterranean-style home, in Boca Raton, just north of Miami, includes eight bedrooms, a ballroom, a pool - plus, er, a Call of Duty room and a near-perfect replica of the Starship Enterprise.

Want to take a look? Of course you do...


'Welcome to my home. Let me give you a tour...'


'This is the living room...'


'This is the pool...'


'... and here's our Starship Enterprise-style cinema room.'


'Hallway...'


'... Call of Duty room.'


'Dining room...'


'Arcade.'


'Pirate-themed bedroom.'


'Star Trek bar.'


'Basically, my life is better than yours.'

- All images from Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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