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5 Luxurious Home Theaters Worthy of Screening a Super Bowl

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Now that the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals are set to face off at the Super Bowl 56, all we have to do is prep for the big day.

For football fans, that means nachos, adult beverages, and claiming a spot in front of the biggest screen possible.

With the gridiron on our mind, we tackled the rough job of scrolling through homes for sale with home theaters worth bragging about. On our hunt this week, we sought out swanky spots where you can watch the Super Bowl (or stream “Emily in Paris,” if that’s your thing) in style.

Naturally, these high-end home theaters come with nice homes to match.

So pass the guacamole and have a look at these five superb screening rooms. We’ll save you a seat.

24733 Long Valley Rd, Hidden Hills, CA

Price: $24,950,000

Hi-def in Hidden Hills: This exclusive Southern California town is best known for its celebrity residents, from Drake and Madonna to members of the Kardashian family.

It’s also where the Rams’ head coach, Sean McVay, and star quarterback, Matt Stafford, hang their hats.

And no wonder: Homes in the gated community are pretty spectacular. This posh property in particular comes with almost 13,000 square feet and plenty of amazing entertainment features. You can host a Super Bowl party for the ages in the plush 13-seat theater.

After the game, the adjoining entertainment area can keep guests busy with a billiard-room, 350-bottle refrigerated wine room, candy counter, full bar, and coat-check room.

Beyond the big screen, the estate offers five bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, and spreads across 3 acres with a pool and spa, poolhouse, pizza oven, outdoor kitchen, and fire pit.

Hidden Hills, CA

Noel Kleinman for Sotheby’s International Realty


5775 Drake Rd, Indian Hill, OH

Price: $6,900,000

Oh my, Ohio: Bengals fans can also catch the game in style. This Italian-style villa sits in the city’s poshest suburb and includes a rustic home theater with comfy seating.

The screening room in this 15,000-square-foot estate features custom wooden columns, sconce lighting, and aged leather seats. Before the game kicks off, keep everyone occupied with a billiard-room, gym, and dreamy kitchen with a swing. Other luxe features of this elegant estate include beamed ceilings, an open floor plan, and casement windows.

The outdoor space features a pool, fire pit, and pizza oven.

Indian Hill, OH

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633 N. Hayden Rd, Aspen, CO

Price: $150,000/month rental

High-altitude escape: Snuggle with your significant other underneath your favorite blanket, or catch the big game in-between ski runs from this 11,800-square-foot mountainside mansion.

Designed for entertaining, the lodge offers a cozy screening room filled with a massive couch, and is accented with wood beams and wallpaper.

The vibe of the house is pure alpine, and you’ll find a giant, stone-surround fireplace, rustic beams, and even antler chandeliers.

Aspen, CO

Michael Brands for Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty


11900 Tradition Ln N.E., Albuquerque, NM

Price: $7,500,000

Stylish in the Southwest: Set at the base of the Sandia Mountains on almost 3 acres, the contemporary, 13,000-square-foot home offers every amenity a luxury buyer needs. That includes a modern, tiered screening room ready to host a major sporting event. Plush, theater-style seats also include cup holders.

Outside the sound-proofed theater walls, the spacious abode offers vast living and formal spaces, a grand owner’s suite, billiard-room, full-size gym, as well as an outdoor pool and kitchen.

Albuquerque, NM

Marshall Elias for Sotheby’s International Realty


12160 Kate Dr, Los Altos Hills, CA

Price: $14,995,000

Lavish in Los Altos: Designed to look like a classic cinema, this screening room pulls out all the stops. Along with theater seats, the space offers scarlet drapes, red carpets, comfy chairs, a fireplace, and built-ins to hold an abundance of snacks.

Built in 2004, this opulent Silicon Valley estate also takes full advantage of indoor-outdoor living and comes complete with resort-style amenities. You’ll find a game room, gym, and a kitchen and family room that open out to a lovely patio.

Outside, the nearly 3-acre spread boasts gardens, a putting green, sport court, and a pool with a waterfall and slides.

Los Altos, CA

Bernard Andre/ Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty

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