Captain Kirk’s got one out of this world man cave.
When he’s not saving the world in Star Trek: Into Darkness, big screen heartthrob Chris Pine is putting his feet up pretty nicely in this incredible Mediterranean home located in a gated Los Angeles compound on a stunning 1.5-acres.
The newly-single 32-year-old hunk bought the 2,200 square-foot home in 2010 with all that newfound dough he made after the super success of the first Star Trek from previous owner actor Jason Lee. The price tag: a cool $3.104 million.
The enchanting 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom European-style, custom-built manse is located in the exclusive Los Feliz neighborhood of L.A. and sits on a whopping 61,490 square foot lot that showcases the posh property’s artistic landscaping.
And this isn’t like any other bachelor pad. Built in 1948, this architecturally-unique home features a private spa and secret garden adjacent to the master bedroom, glistening pool, dining area with… get this… walls of glass that open to the lush grounds, party-ready chef’s kitchen with Viking appliances and Sub-Zero fridge, patio with fireplace and BBQ, wine cellar, and even Zinfandel vines to harvest.
If that wasn’t enough to epitomize Pine’s leading man status, this Trekkie’s heard-earned cash also gets him rich hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, separate office and studio, guest house, and priceless views of the Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory.