George Lucas may have sold the rights to Star Wars, but he's still the proud owner of the 4,700-acre Skywalker Ranch.
The director has spent around $100 million developing the impressive property north of San Francisco since 1978. Although he doesn't live there (at least as of 2002), Lucas uses the land as a retreat, as well as work and studio space.
Now with his $4 billion windfall from selling Lucasfilm, perhaps Lucas will spend more money building his dreamland.
Hot off his 1977 hit Star Wars, director George Lucas began acquiring land north of San Francisco in 1979.
Now-47,000 acres, his ranch is located in the coincidentally named Lucas Valley.
Lucas called it Skywalker Ranch, after the movie protagonist. The property also contains a Lake Ewok, along with other Star Wars themed places and things.
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