With tickets to the Super Bowl hitting the $3,000 mark, staying home may make a bit more financial sense. But choosing to watch the big game on the small screen doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be missing out — especially if you’re catching the game from a man-cave worthy space.
For sale: $925,000
Head out to the barn to watch the big game. The rustic space is filled with eclectic details, including a sign proclaiming the man cave as “Glenn’s Barn.” The Overton home was custom-built and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms on a 3,292-square-foot floor plan.
Scream for ice cream
For sale: $4.95 million
Prefer ice cream to chips and dip? Catch the big game from the counter of a diner, with soda fountain pull, in this Camden home. The Maine home also includes a four-lane bowling alley and arcade, not to mention home theater and salon. Measuring 16,443 square feet, the home perches on 13 acres above Penobscot Bay.
Miami man cave
For sale: $3.299 million
Whip up some snacks in the gourmet kitchen upstairs, then head down to the man cave, where jerseys and memorabilia give homage to several sports teams. A pool table, bar, overstuffed leather furniture and flat-screen TV round out the rest of the room.
For sale: $7.725 million
Sidle up to the bar in this Scottsdale home. The 3,000-square-foot game room has space for all of your Super Bowl guests, as well as room to display your hunting trophies. The 15,395-square-foot mansion in North Scottsdale also has a movie theater that seats 10, five fireplaces, a putting green, pool, barbecue and smoker.
Place to party
For sale: $26 million
You can cheer at the top of your lungs in this party space; it’s detached from the main home. Featuring enormous fish tanks, arcade games and a dance area, the home could host a Super Bowl party to top all parties. Five minutes from Rodeo Drive, the Westwood mansion is 27,816 square feet of over-the-top amenities.
For sale: $1.15 million
Enjoy the game indoors or out: The entertainment room in this home is on ground level with French doors opening out to a patio seating area with an outdoor grill and fire pit. The Odessa home is over 6,000 square feet with four bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
For sale: $8.195 million
No need to save your quarters for the arcade; this Hidden Hills traditional has an entire room filled with arcade games. Next door, a full bar area and pool table provide even more man-cave space. Outside, master your swing on the home’s putting green.
What stays in Vegas
For sale: $2.999 million
Follow the action with not one, but two flat-screen TVs in a classy entertainment space with full bar and pool table. This Las Vegas home is in a coveted neighborhood but still a short distance from the lights of the strip.
Marked-down man cave
For sale: $2.1 million
A man cave for a discount! This home overlooking Seattle's Puget Sound is currently being sold as a short sale. Last sold in 2007 for $3.8 million, the 9,163-square-foot house has 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths and “all the other luxury items one would expect in a modern luxury home.”
For sale: $415,000
No grease stains here. This sparkling-clean garage has been transformed into a man-cave workshop complete with a TV to catch highlights of the game. The rest of the Peoria house has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and three fireplaces on a 3,128-square-foot floor plan.
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