This house isn’t in a galaxy far, far away — it’s just in Florida.

An unbelievable “Star Wars”-themed home, listed on Airbnb from $440/night, can sleep up to 30 fans. Just bring your own lightsabers.

The Twelve Parsecs house in Davenport, Fla. — named for when Han Solo bragged that his Millennium Falcon spaceship “made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs” — got decked out by vacation rental company Loma Homes.

It became available to rent in November of 2019, just months after the “Star Wars”-themed Galaxy’s Edge theme park opened at Disney World, which is a mere 15 minutes away.

There are nine bedrooms with intricate, dramatic designs: Sleep on a “floating” bed in Cloud City, snuggle with an Ewok under a thatched hut, race in side-by-side pod beds or wrap yourself up in a Hoth ice-cave room. In other parts of the house, walk through hallways of a smuggler ship or, if you’re brave, spend some in the lava-laden fiery landscape of Mustafar, where Darth Vader was born. There are also little insider-y surprises hidden throughout the house to test just how deep a guest’s “Star Wars” fandom goes.

“We wanted to take the vacation rental industry up a notch and give our guests Instagram-worthy experiences that they can’t get anywhere else,” Jeff Brown, the managing partner of Loma Homes, tells The Post. This is the first completed property from Loma Homes, which specializes in immersive experiences.

The cost of renting Twelve Parsecs varies based on demand, but it ranges on average from $440 to $550 per night. It can be booked through Airbnb or, to avoid fees, directly through the Loma Homes website.

Loma Homes enlisted the talents of South Carolina-based amusement park manufacturer Little Spider Creations, who took the “Star Wars” vision and brought it to life with hand-painted murals, custom theater-quality beds, 3D elements and special effects like mist from fog machines.

“Every decoration was hand-picked to go with the theme,” Brown says. “Even each bathroom has the theme of a different character.”

Want to make toast or waffles? There’s also a Star Wars-themed appliance for that.

Brown, a fan of the series, has picked a favorite room: the swamp room.

“The details put in the murals on the walls, the ‘Easter eggs’ hidden there, the LED lighting that goes under the three-dimensional bed, as well as the fog machine that comes out from underneath,” he says. “That room makes you feel like you’ve stepped into a completely different planet.”

Twelve Parsecs
Loma Homes

Loma Homes has immersive houses in the works, including one inspired by the jungles of “Jurassic Park” — but up next is a house for “Harry Potter” fans. The company is still scouting locations, but it will ideally be close to Twelve Parsecs, so guests can book both for large family get-togethers. Brown says it will likely have some secret passageways and a sorting hat for different houses.