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4 Home Theaters That Steal The Show


Boasting carefully chosen lighting, top-tier sound systems, and comfortable seating, these home theaters allow for the celebration of cinema in cozy seclusion.

Brook Hollow Farm


Fran Ehrlich | Sotheby’s International Realty – Greenwich Brokerage

This stately 1920s manor, a pool, a tennis court, delightful gardens, and various outbuildings occupy 47.85 verdant acres in a prestigious area of New York’s Westchester County, some 50 miles outside Manhattan. In addition to seven bedrooms and 12 baths, the residence offers a great room with a floor-to-ceiling stacked-stone fireplace, a formal living room, a dining room with an adjoining butler’s pantry, a welcoming family room, a dazzling solarium, a bespoke Smallbone kitchen, and a well-outfitted theater with built-in seating and speakers.

Park Avenue Elegance


Meredyth Hull Smith | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage

Overlooking Park Avenue from its perch in a desirable full-service condominium building, this refined seven-bedroom duplex is distinguished by its grand living room, which opens through French doors to some 2,000 square feet of enviable terrace space. Other highlights include a formal dining room, a billiards room and library, a chef’s kitchen with an adjoining breakfast room, wine storage, a separate office or apartment for guests or staff, and a regally appointed and ornately detailed theater.

Grand Beverly Hills Villa


Barry Peele | Sotheby’s International Realty – Beverly Hills Brokerage 

Exemplifying Golden Age glamour, this 11,369–square-foot, seven-bedroom villa on verdant gated acreage in Beverly Hills is replete with exquisite design elements. Festive living and entertaining are effortless thanks to a chef’s kitchen with an island, Viking appliances, and a breakfast area; a family room opening to a resort-like backyard with a pool, spa, and manicured lawn; a bar; a 3,000-bottle wine cellar with a tasting room; and a chic, spacious 10-seat theater.

Texas Treasure


Ruthie Porterfield | Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty

Contemporary flair and traditional style unite in this Neoclassical home in Houston’s renowned Tanglewood neighborhood. Soaring ceilings, handsome millwork, architrave moldings, marble and oak floors, and stone fireplaces contribute to the august ambience. While the backyard boasts a loggia with a summer kitchen, sunny patios, and a refreshing pool, the 7,896-square-foot multilevel interior floor plan features six bedrooms, an expertly outfitted kitchen with marble countertops, a bar, a gym, and a media and game room with upholstered walls and blackout drapery.

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