May the force be with you… as you rush to snatch up this one-of-a-kind home.

Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty has listed the “Darth Vader House” on Houston’s cut-throat real estate market for $4,300,000. The custom built home was built in 1992 and boasts four bedrooms and five full bathrooms, according to co-listing agent Nadia Carron.

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“This is a very well-known iconic residence that everyone not only in the neighborhood but in the city of Houston knows of,” added co-listing agent Wade Knight. “For years, everyone has wanted to see the interiors of this mysterious home.”

The contemporary museum-style masterpiece features versatile living spaces, massive windows, a study and music room as well as plenty of entertaining space, per Carron. The game room, design studio and all secondary bedrooms can be found on the second floor, accessible by two funky sets of conjoined steps.

There's truly nothing like this home on the market.

There’s truly nothing like this home on the market.

Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty


The family room, or “pit,” boasts two water features and is easily one of the coolest rooms in the house, per Carron.

An illuminated rooftop terrace that transports you to, well, another galaxy, makes for an added bonus.

It's no doubt the home has an out of this world relaxing space. (See what I did there?)

It’s no doubt the home has an out of this world relaxing space. (See what I did there?)

Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty

The “Darth Vader Home” has always been a fan favorite for those passing by, and the property has garnered even more hype since photos of the interior hit the market. It’s no surprise Houston’s newest rapper resident 50 Cent has expressed interest as a potential buyer, co-listing agent Carron confirmed to Chron, presumably due to his apparent love for the caped “Star Wars” villain. After all, why else would he release Darth Vader headphones?

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The current owner played a key role in the home’s design, creativity and layout, per Carron, and took inspiration for its construction from Darth Vader’s mask.

May the force be with you.

May the force be with you.

Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty

“What a thrill and honor it is to represent this iconic property. The Houston market is very healthy and we are seeing buyers coming in from all over the globe,” MTSIR president Robin Conner told Chron, adding that they will do “work very hard to get the property the attention that it deserves.”