A real estate company lists Mattel Castle Grayskull playsets from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Barbie’s Dreamhouse for sale.

Grayskull Castle He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Barbie’s Dreamhouse are both for sale on Rocket Homes.

Real estate agency Rocket Homes partnered with Mattel for an ad that aired during Super Bowl LVI, which featured both Castle Grayskull and The Barbie Dreamhouse, to illustrate the dangers of owning a home. Both properties are owned by Mattel, with the company celebrating both Barbie’s 60th anniversary and He-Man’s 40th anniversary this year.

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The Rocket Homes Super Bowl commercial featured Anna Kendrick and was intended to feature the Rocket Homes app and Rocket Mortgages. The ad featured both He-Man and Skeletor in their less than ideal home, Castle Grayskull, which was compared to Barbie’s idyllic Dream House.

The Barbie Dreamhouse, located at 219 Malibu Way, is available for $225. Listed as “the former home of one of Los Angeles, California’s biggest celebrities”, the Malibu home was built in 1962 and features one bedroom, one bath, elevator, pool, waterslide rose and a play area for puppies. As for its features, the single-family home lives up to Barbie’s highest standards and includes private parking, “breathtaking” views, and is heated to exactly “72 and sunny” but cooled by a “natural ocean breeze”. The Dreamhouse also features lush green grass, a puppy slide, a rooftop deck, and a third floor balcony.

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One of Barbie’s “close neighbors,” according to Rocket Homes, is Castle Grayskull, located at Mystery and Power Rd. in Eternos, Eternia. For the price of $79.99, Castle Grayskull includes eight pieces, a golden throne, a sword rack, and a castle flag. Also built in 1962, the castle features a jaw-bridge parking lot, a stone hearth, “sufficient drafts in every room” and for the view, “purple rocky landscapes and breathtaking thunderstorms”.

According to the description, Castle Grayskull includes “an ancient laboratory, throne room, hall of mirrors and chamber of portals” for easy access to “adjacent dimensions”, as well as a dishwasher, clothes dryer , a microwave oven and a boiling cauldron.

The Castle Grayskull toy set was created by Donald F. Glut and Roger Sweet and is a central location in the Masters of the Universe franchise, which spans toys, comics, and an animated series. It was first released by Mattel in 1982 and was one of the company’s most famous playsets. The Masters of the Universe franchise recently saw a new animated series on Netflix, Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelationwhich was to be a sequel to the original 1980s series.

As for The Barbie Dreamhouse, the first version of the playhouse debuted in 1962, but has been regularly updated over the past 75 years to reflect the style of each decade. Mattel’s Three-Story Dreamhouse was released in 1983. A Barbie movie is currently in the works with Margot Robbie as the titular doll and Ryan Gosling as Ken, although the movie does not yet have a release date.

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