Six homes with plush private screening rooms for catching this Sunday’s Super Bowl

The screening room of this five-bedroom condo at 360 Furman Street (yours for $23.888 million) features reclining, theater-style seats—for your ultimate comfort, no matter the outcome of the game.


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This week’s dilemma: Where to watch the game? You could schlepp to the local sports bar and catch the Patriots versus the Falcons with several hundred drunken fans or, better yet, host your own Super Bowl "part-ay" from the comfort of your own private screening room. Here, a few currently on the market that fit the bill—and how:

This single-family townhouse at 416 West 51st Street (priced at $14 million) has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a lower floor entirely devoted to entertainment, with a bar and kitchen (outfitted with Viking appliances and complete with a beer tap and soda gun!) and currently outfitted with a pool table, pinball machine, and four televisions so you can catch the game on multiple screens for multiple punditry hot takes.

Featured on the FX comedy-drama series Louie—as Louis CK’s dream pad, no less—this West Chelsea townhouse at 441 West 21st Street (listed at $24.7 million) includes a basement-level screening room with unusually high ceilings and windows that allow for plenty of naturally light and a decidedly un-cave-like feeling to the space.

At 309 West 102nd Street, a four-story, five-bedroom townhouse (on the market for $8.5 million) comes equipped with this state-of-the-art home theater, featuring a starlit ceiling, surround sound, reclining theater-style chairs, and an adjacent wine cellar, tailor-made for those who prefer to sip versus guzzle their game day beverage.

The screening room of this loft-like three-bedroom, three-bath co-op at 200 Mercer Street in Noho (for rent at $15,000/month) is a veritable sports and entertainment center thanks to its own a built-in movie projector, a secondary kitchen with temperature-controlled wine cooler, and a personal yoga/Pilates studio, should the need for some half-time stretching strike.

Finally, the lower level of this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo, also at 360 Furman Street (and going for $5.79 million) in Brooklyn, features a cozy media room with plush seating and state-of-the-art sound for watching movies, TV and sports with family and friends.