Inside Strange’s mystic mansion
One of the most famous addresses in the marvel Universe, Strange’s lair is located at 177a Bleecker Street in the heart of New York’s bohemian Greenwich village. This three-storey victorian townhouse would be a tough sell for any manhattan estate agent – the land it stands on was once cursed by a shaman to cage a chaos-entity and it’s also been a pagan sacrificial site, a paupers’ graveyard and home to a Satanic cult. Still, nice kitchen. a nexus for occult energies, it’s now protected by the Seal of the vishanti aka the Window of the Worlds, whose iconic, faithfully reproduced design can be glimpsed in the film’s trailer. The building’s labyrinthine interior is bigger on the inside, TarDIS style, its rooms forever shifting and rearranging, their doors granting access to other dimensions. The third floor holds Strange’s sacred Sanctum Sanctorum, housing his world-beating collection of magical books and artefacts.
The original comic’s visuals out-trip Yellow Submarine.
Go on the internet and check out all of Cumberbatch’s film posters featuring his back.