Man Caves for Super Bowl Sunday

February 3, 2013 | Comments Off on Man Caves for Super Bowl Sunday

Over the years, “man cave” is what most people called a spare room in their home. Nowadays, man caves are hugely popular and are accessorized with comfy couches, giant TVs, sports memorabilia, dart boards, and maybe even a bar. With Super Bowl XLV this weekend, having a man cave provides the go-to spot for the big game, or simply as a place to relax with all the amenities of a sports pub, without the sports-pub crowd.

Whether you’ll be cheering for the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Green Bay Packers this weekend, we’ve rounded up a group of amazing man caves that scream, “Super Bowl Sunday!”

1700 Oakway, Sanford, FL (above)
Home for sale: $1,550,000

“Larry the Cable Guy”

When it comes to man caves, Blue Collar Comedy star Dan Whitney, aka “Larry the Cable Guy,” is the master. In building his custom, 3-building compound, he made sure there was a space dedicated to all the stereotypical enjoyments a guy could possibly want in one place. His manly oasis (pictured above) includes a poker table, pool table, bar, flat-screen TV, video machine, bar signs, and turf-like carpet as the finishing touch. Whitney’s impressive man-cave is up for sale along with the rest of the 20-acre property. Whitney listed his home in Nov. 2010 with an asking price of $1,550,000.

33 Shreve Dr, Laguna Beach, CA (above)
Home for sale: $32,500,000

If classic and contemporary is more your game-day style, this seaside mansion has the ideal man cave (pictured above). Three, mounted flat-screen TVs, and a massive, mahogany accented, “C-shaped” couch ensures that every guest will have a great view of the game, no matter where they’re sitting. Halftime can be spent strolling around the 8,400-sq ft of living space, taking a dip in the infinity pool, or grabbing a few more bottles of wine from the glass-encased wine cellar.

2015 Trammel Rd, Cumming, GA (above)
Home for sale: $18,000,000

Located in the northern part of Atlanta, this humongous estate doesn’t just come with a man cave, but an array of amenities reminiscent of a family fun center. Imagine this: the football game streaming live in the 21-seat theater (complete with ticket booths and concession stands), finger food and snacks galore in the diner-style kitchen, and a two-lane bowling alley, arcade room with pool table, air hockey, and pinball just around the corner (pictured above). The property is currently listed for $18 million – down more than 50 percent from its original 2009 list price of $45 million.

15 Lakeshore Dr, Camdenton, MO (above)
Home for sale: $5,800,000

A man cave with a hunter’s twist, this Missouri mansion is listed as “country club living at its finest.” When it comes down to game day, however, the sports fans of the family will leave the lakeside pool and congregate in the antler-themed man cave complete with wood-burning fireplace, pool table, poker table, and full wet bar (pictured above).

96 Westwood Dr, Mount Kisco, NY (above)
Home for sale: $30,000,000

Forget about watching the Super Bowl on a flat-screen TV in a crowded New York City pub. Just 45 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple is a 21,000 sq ft, Georgian Manor that not only has an 8-bedroom main house, gatehouse, guest house, and caretaker’s house, but a giant rec room with a movie theater-sized big screen that will have you feeling like you’re sitting at the game (pictured above). An L-shaped couch and large window seat ensure all football fans will have a seat. Not to mention, there’s a pool table at the back of the room for halftime entertainment.



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