Posted on 30 Jan
With the highly anticipated Super Bowl LIII kick-off just a heartbeat away, the question on football fans’ minds everywhere is where to watch the big game. Whether you prefer a sweeping great room with easy access to the kitchen or a state-of-the-art cinema for a fully immersive experience, these six homes are sure to deliver an unforgettable Super Bowl Sunday.
When it comes to the big game, it doesn’t hurt to have options—and this stunning Laguna Beach contemporary offers more than its fair share. Represented by Phillip Caruso, Michael Caruso and Mauricio Umansky, the home showcases uncompromised ocean, Catalina and coastline views from three levels of living space, each seamlessly connected to sweeping, ocean-view terraces through sliding walls of glass. Watch the first few quarters of the game against a backdrop of crashing ocean waves in the soaring great room, then retire to the plush, HD premium theater for the heated second half.
In Southern California, it’s all about the indoor-outdoor lifestyle, which is why we’re swooning over this contemporary new construction in Brentwood. Represented by Santiago Arana and featuring nearly 7,800 square feet of indoor-outdoor living space, the home is made for game day. An incredible outdoor entertaining area flows off an unprecedented great room and features a restaurant-caliber bar with a flat screen television, built-in barbecue and ample lounge areas overlooking a zero-edge infinity pool and views from Downtown L.A. to the ocean.
Not all home theaters are made equal. This incredible, oasis-like compound in the heart of West Hollywood, represented by Max Nelson, features a theater that will undoubtedly set the bar for game day viewing parties everywhere. The Morrocan-inspired cinema harkens back to Hollywood’s Golden Era, complete with an attached, speakeasy-style bar where you can put your mixology skills to the test and wow your friends at halftime. Should you feel like venturing outdoors, romantic, grassy grounds, complete with a large pool, spa, skate park and lounge areas are the perfect reprieve during tense plays.
If there’s one rule for game day, it’s no distractions. Represented by Chris Dyson, James Harris and David Parnes and sited on 2.5 acres in the prestigious, 24-hour guard-gated enclave of Beverly Park, this exceptional transitional estate features a custom movie theater perfect for losing yourself in the action. A 500-bottle wine cellar will help ensure you stay adequately hydrated through every quarter, while a chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances and an Aga stove is the perfect place to whip up an elaborate game day spread—or serve the pizzas from your very own outdoor pizza oven.
Soaring above the Sea of Cortez in the Fundadores neighborhood of Puerto Los Cabos, this nine-bedroom estate, represented by Mauricio Rivero, Bernardo Mucino Koenig and Janet Jensen, showcases 11,800 square feet of air conditioned living space designed to accommodate up to 30 guests in absolute comfort. A two-story great room offers ample space for the ultimate game day viewing party, complete with beverage stations, a full bar area with card table and lounge for entertaining during the breaks. An added bonus is the home’s walk-in humidor and cava, with space for an extensive collection of prized wine and cigars in which to indulge throughout the game.
Gourmet kitchen for preparing your favorite game day bites? Check. Leather recliners in the private cinema? Check. Spa for halftime? Check. Tick off all the boxes at this Studio City stunner, where you can hone in on the action in the sleek theatre—and soak up some sunshine poolside during the commercial breaks. Represented by Danielle Peretz, the 6,300-square-foot home features a light-filled, open floor plan, with glass doors fostering a seamless transition from a beautiful family room to a private backyard with a pool, spa, barbecue, bar and fire-pit.