Million-dollar manses with home theaters fit for a Super Bowl

Home theaters, such as this one at 313 Bowers Lane, Media, are a great place to take in a Super Bowl, especially when your team is playing.

Bars and restaurants all over town are planning Super Bowl parties this weekend, and chances are you know at least one friend who will pack as many Eagles fans as will fit around his living room TV. These suburban manses, however, could probably accommodate a passel of fans with room to spare. Their home theaters and bars make them the ideal spot to enjoy a big game.

313 Bowers Lane, Media
Monthly taxes: $1,819
Tell me all about it: Not only does this six-bedroom home feature a gourmet kitchen and a dramatic sunroom, it also has a home theater with tiered seating. In case of sports stress, there’s a lower-level game room with bar as respite. Bonus: the private sauna would be a great place to relax afterward, win or lose.

1461 Lanes End, Villanova
Monthly taxes: $3,153
Tell me all about it: Downstairs at this five-bedroom Harriton Farm home is a huge wet bar with a (second) full kitchen, theater area, and a separate recreation area. If you’re someone who handles stress with a workout, there’s also a cork-floored gym downstairs, so you can make sure your heart rate stays elevated one way or another during a game.

1308 Meetinghouse Road, Lower Gwynedd
Monthly taxes: $3,883
Tell me all about it: Not only does this home feature a private family theater, but the entire lower level is styled as a 1950s diner. The space includes bar and banquette seating as well as a separate sitting room. Like all proper estates, the four-bedroom home also boasts its own name: Sonrisa.

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