“A LONG time ago in a galaxy far, far away,” is a lot closer than we thought.

It’s in California, and yours for the price of $26 million.





Hidden in the basement of a luxury mansion that was just listed at $26.5 million is the land of a Star Wars fan’s dreams — a basement with a "Tatooine vibe" that feels straight out of the desert planet itself.

It'll have you saying, "Chewie, we're home."

Yoda, R2-D2, and Darth Vader are just a few of the many characters displayed around the basement.

A total of 40 full-size figures from the Star Wars series are posed around the Los Angeles County home, as reported by Fox News.

Cases with Star Wars collectibles span the walls of one of the basement's rooms.

Other glass cases house replicas of different space ships, and another round wall display includes an array of different stormtrooper helmets.

The basement also includes a movie theater, where the owner can enjoy films in the company of a life-size Chewbacca replica.






In addition to the many figures, the house also features a replica of a Rebel Alliance X-wing ship, hung from the ceiling, the New York Post reported. Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 replicas sit in the cockpit of the ship.

Posters from the different Lucasfilm movies hang around the basement, in the company of the different replicas of characters including Darth Maul and Darth Vader.

The extraterrestrial collection could come with the home — for an unspecified additional amount, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Nestled in the gated Hidden Hills Community the six-bed, seven-bath, stone exterior mansion also comes with a music studio and indoor and outdoor pools.






It also comes with a gym, full-size tennis court, spa, and high-power telescope in an observatory.

A safe room, 750-gallon aquarium, fruit tree orchard and grape vines also sit on the property.

In total, basement compromises 5,000 square feet of the the house is 18,200-square foot house, Fox News reported.

The property is a total of three acres, and is listed by Arvin Haddad, Emil Hartoonian and Mauricio Umansky of real estate company The Agency.

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