A space-themed vacation complex in the Utah desert is available for $1.7 million

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In an area known for its natural wonders, one property may make you feel like you’ve been transported to another world.

The remote listing first hit the market in July, and the price recently dropped $200,000 to its current asking.

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“I bought it and had a vision for it and what it could become,” says the owner and listing agent. Kendall ClementsWith escape properties. “My brother works in construction, and he and I would get together for lunch and draw pictures on napkins of what we thought would be a great vacation home.”

Another world from the inside

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the outside

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Open plan living space

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Space themed units

The result is three separate rentals. They’re all different sizes but share the theme of Area 51. Somehow, there’s something for everyone here.

“What parent doesn’t want to see their child have a wonderful vacation?” Clement asks rhetorically. “That’s one of the purposes of going on vacation is to create memories with them. That’s the focus, the concept of family.”

The Plane

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studio

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The property’s original cabin was built in 1985 and has three bedrooms, one bathroom, and a full kitchen. And now it’s part of the space theme as well.

“In the cabin, I have the complete history of the Space Race from 1948 through 1969,” Clements notes. “I was born on July 20, 1969, the day he was born Neil Armstrong I landed on the moon, and that’s kind of my connection to space.

The studio unit is a combined sleeping and living space, with a retro vibe reminiscent of the days of the moon landing.

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The large steel building, called Hangar 18, holds plenty of surprises inside, including a massive spaceship.

“I marvel at the spaceship, because it’s 100 percent custom built,” Clements says. “It’s right there by the front door, and you can’t help but be impressed when you walk in and sit on it.”

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“ventilation tube”
Bunk room

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Flight simulation

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The spaceship also includes a flight simulator and so-called “vent tubes,” which are actually fun slides that snake their way through the hull. Best of all, it’s designed for kids And grown ups.

Slide and test tube aliens

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A bunk room is set up for more imaginative play, with sleeping spaces decorated in the style of futuristic walk-in closets. Even the aliens posing in the giant test tubes sitting nearby have a special story behind them.

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“The two aliens in the cryogenic tubes, that’s a reference to me and my brother,” Clements explains. “I’m the youngest of seven children, and he’s the fifth of seven children, so the aliens are numbered seven of seven and five.” And seven. “This represents me and my brother as aliens,” he says with a laugh.

Bring your “sense of adventure”.

The three-unit complex accommodates a total of 23 people. Better yet, everything about this out-of-this-world property is related to the sale.

“It’s all there,” says Clements. “You just bring your bag and your sense of adventure.”

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The three units can be rented separately or together for a total of $1,200 to $1,600 per night.

Swimming pool

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Outside, an attached saltwater pool and hot tub provide another opportunity to relax.

“We call it a mini-resort,” Clements says. “It doesn’t feel like a crowded resort with 80 units sharing one pool. There are three units sharing one pool.”

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The approximately three-acre property is located near Zion National Park and about 70 miles from the Grand Canyon.

“It’s a central point for people who want to come and visit the national parks,” Clements says, noting that the ideal buyer “may be someone who wants to come spend some of their time there and knows it’s rentable.”

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