Futuristic 'Star Trek' Home Hits the Market in Malibu For $5.7M

Futuristic 'Star Trek' Home Hits the Market in Malibu For $5.7M

By Anna Squier
A rare, ultramodern home featured in the classic TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation is ready for its next owner.

Located on a two-acre lot along the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California, is a one-of-a-kind residence designed by architect Ellis David Gelman. The four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom estate features dramatic angles, circular and triangular windows, and astounding ocean vistas—but what makes it truly unique is its TV debut as the main location for an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the 1989 episode, Captain Jean-Luc Picard (played by multiple Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Patrick Stewart) and his Starship Enterprise crew land on an apparently deserted planet. 

The white concrete exterior of the triangular home is enclosed by lush vegetation. A courtyard welcomes guests upon entry.

The triangular shape is emblematic of futuristic architecture. Ribbons of glass break away from the white concrete exterior.

The social spaces are located above, maximizing ocean views. A glass guardrail enables a seamless connection to the outdoors.

The gated estate includes the main house, a detached guest unit, a two-car garage, parking for 10, and spacious areas for outdoor entertaining. Playful, yet contemporary, the home features high ceilings and luxurious materials in a neutral palette.

Slate tiles, white walls, and wood accents form the ideal backdrop for an eclectic collection of contemporary art and furnishings.

Large windows offer expansive views of the Malibu hillside.

Windows wrap the corner of the home, providing continuous views from the hills to the ocean. The slate flooring extends upwards to wrap the fireplace.

Dramatic windows—including circular shapes—frame scenic ocean views.

The 440-square-foot terrace is perfect for entertaining.

A private courtyard extends the space outward.

Slate tiles and bamboo flooring extend throughout the home. The open floor plan is great for entertaining—all bedrooms are on the main floor, and all social spaces are upstairs. Expansive windows wrap the main living area, anchored by a chef's kitchen, a breakfast bar with built-ins, and a loft above the kitchen. 

A unique loft space is located above the kitchen.

Emerald stone countertops and other rich materials create an ideal chef's kitchen with views to the ocean.

The master bedroom comes complete with its own fireplace and astounding views.

In the master bath, views remain continuous. A neutral palette of finishes creates a serene retreat.

Not only does the master bath include a large soaking tub, it also features a gracious vanity and a walk-in tile shower.

Large windows in the bedrooms create the feeling of sleeping in the trees.

A lavender and rose garden fills part of the two-acre estate. 1.5 acres remain usable, providing the opportunity for expansion, a swimming pool, or whatever the next owner may dream up.

An aerial view of the home and dramatic ocean vistas in Malibu.

Recently listed by Coldewell Banker's Ani Dermenjian for $5.7 million, this futuristic Star Trek home is looking for its next commander to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, and to boldly go where almost no one has gone before.

Project Credits:

Architect of Record: Ellis David Gelman

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