The Enterprise House designed by James T. Kirk may be for sale

One Star Trek fan, James T. Kirk, dedicates his home to the fandom

Fans will do unbelievable things for their fandom. Tattoo, recreating fandoms’ famous cars, and even directing a room or two in their house to show off their love of the franchise. The One Star Trek fan has gone a little further and has turned his San Francisco home into a beloved testament to the ship that started it all — the Enterprise. James T. Kirk, yes, that’s his real name because he was born in 1967 when The Original Series aired, recreating his home to show his love of Star Trek, but everything Not going well for him or the house is it. The current.

Based on LaughingSquid, the house, located at 46th Avenue and Taraval Street in Outer Sunset in San Francisco, originally belonged to Kirk’s mother. She passed away 3 years ago and did not leave a will Hoodline. That means Kirk and his two siblings own the house together, and those siblings want to sell the house. Kirk does not. So it’s up to the probate court to decide.

James T. Kirk has a community behind buying a home

Kirk isn’t the only one wanting to preserve the home he opened up to the community, and there are plenty of people trying to help him save the quirky home, informally named Starship House…even Port Commissioner, Jason Hodge, who created the GoFundMe . page to help Kirk buy the house right away and to “keep San Francisco weird.”

Kirk’s house also includes a miniature golf course, an Egyptian collection, a Rebel Base, a tiki hut, and a giant ping pong table, and he’s lived there for over 25 years. Unfortunately, it’s up to the probate court, meeting on Tuesday, December 8, to decide if Kirk can keep the home he holds dear.

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Caroline Bleakley

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