Beep! Boo! This Trinity Groves listing is aimed at the classic arcade crowd

Check out the front room, which features five classic arcade machines. (Courtesy of Shoot2Sell for Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Remember all that time spent in the arcade, feeding a bunch of unrewarding machines that beeped and booped? This was of course before video games and virtual reality headsets.

Well, a list in the Trinity Groves neighborhood has what you’re looking for – minus the game-smelling carpet and germ-laden coins or tokens.

Douglas Elliman Real Estate offers a fully furnished 2,389 square foot single family home loaded with classic arcade machines. Zach Wilkins is the listing agent.

You can choose from these arcade machines (in case you forgot, click on the links to hear what you’ll hear): Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ turtles in time ($999 listing on Amazon), Galaga ($650), Mortal Kombat 2 ($562), Classic Arcade ($1,997) and Marvel Super Heroes ($950).

Agents say they come preloaded with thousands of games.

Built in 2019, the home is listed at $750,000. It has five bedrooms with the master bedroom downstairs and the other four upstairs. The home also features a living room and kitchen with glossy tile, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, and an oversized kitchen island.

“This home would be the perfect investment for someone looking to purchase an established Dallas Airbnb property,” Wilkins said. “Or it would be great as corporate accommodation. Super close to downtown and adjacent highways.

Video games are lined up against a wall and windows at the south end of the house, a few feet from a living room with a mounted television.

Chances are if you’re playing an arcade game and others are watching TV, you’ll be asked to take the game somewhere else. Just make sure you don’t tilt the deck when moving them.

This house at 1900 Morris St. listings for $750,000 per Douglas Elliman Real Estate agent Zach Wilkins.

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