After a long day of saving the world, even the X-Men need a place to call home.
That is why Coldwell Banker Real Estate has joined forces with 20th Century Fox as the exclusive real estate partner of the upcoming summer movie event, X-Men: Apocalypse, in theaters everywhere May 27.
The firm is “listingˮ a mock X-Mansion that features photos and a video home tour shot on the set of Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, the infamous home of the X-Men.
The listing includes a description of the 24 bedroom estate, complete with an automated, state-of-the-art training facility and fully retractable basketball court.
The brands will also release a behind-the-scenes video filmed on the set of the X-Mansion, teasing the role the home will play in the upcoming film and the rooms that will be featured.
This will include interviews with the film’s stars, director, Bryan Singer, as well as the film’s production designer and supervising art director, all detailing what it takes to bring the mansion to life on the silver screen.
Zachary Eller, senior vice president, marketing partnerships, 20th Century Fox. “We’re thrilled to work with Coldwell Banker to have some fun with the X-Mansion and give fans a never before seen sneak peek inside the mansion.”
Elaine Stimmel of Corcoran, and Bernt Heiberg and Bill Cummings, of Heiberg Cummings Design, hosted a soiree at the Wainscott compound at 141-145 Sayres Path in the Hamptons.
The four-building property is listed with Corcoran for $25 million.
Guests sipped cocktails and enjoyed spa treatments in the propertyʼs unique spa house.
The specially-created space has two different types of saunas — a caldarium with a hot plunge bath, and a tepidarium, where the radiant heat is constant — massage rooms, a shower that fits six people, a lounge and fireplace, and two guest suites.
Outside is a massive sunken fire pit and two swimming pools. The entire compound covers 2.24 acres and 12,000 s/f with 12 bedrooms and 14.5 baths.