Throw An Unforgettable Super Bowl Party At These L.A. Abodes

Posted on Friday, January 27, 2017.

 

Super Bowl LI is just around the corner, and fans are gearing up for the day with their favorite team’s paraphernalia accompanied by food, drink, and raging enthusiasm to soak in the action of the game—not to mention the star-studded halftime show and award-worthy commercials. It’s no secret that many of our listings make the perfect space for throwing the ultimate Super Bowl party. From gourmet kitchens that open to spacious indoor-outdoor living areas to wet bars with underwater pool views, these three homes take the cake for having the best spaces for entertaining during the big game.

1307 Sierra Alta Way | Los Angeles

This architectural masterpiece off the Sunset Strip was made for entertaining. An open floor plan, soaring ceilings, and a wealth of glass elements create a dramatic sensory experience for guests, while Fleetwood pocket doors offer a seamless indoor-outdoor flow between the sun-drenched grounds and voluminous living spaces. Among the home’s many standout elements is a full bar with a built-in plasma TV and underwater window offering an alluring view of the outdoor swimming pool, so you can shake a martini during halftime and still keep an eye on all the action.

642 N. Edinburgh Ave | Los Angeles


Super Bowl menus often favor the simpler things, but you’ll want to whip up more than just seven layer dip in the kitchen of this incredible contemporary West Hollywood home. The spacious eat-in gourmet kitchen opens to the family room, with sliding pocket doors to the zero-edge pool and spa—so you can make all your favorite game day recipes without missing a single play, or having to travel too far for another beer.

9551 Cherokee Lane | Beverly Hills

Featuring a butler's pantry, Miele appliances, an eat-in island, and Carrara marble countertops, the only thing competing with the fabulous open-plan Italian kitchen and dining room of this Beverly Hills contemporary is the outdoor space. The home’s soaring ceilings and sliding walls of glass create an effortless indoor-outdoor flow, leading to a voluminous deck and zero-edge infinity pool showcasing gorgeous canyon vistas. What does this mean for Super Bowl Sunday? You might have trouble keeping all your attention on the game.

 

 

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