Residential Roundup: Super Bowl-Ready Homes

By Megan Montemarano

Everyone’s a football fan on the day of the Super Bowl. Regardless if your team is competing or not, there’s no denying the chance to kick back and indulge in those American football background. Illustration contains transparency and blending effects, eps 10‚forbidden chips and dips, wings, subs, pizza and beer—All the essentials of a classic, American Sunday Night Football party.

Celebrate the best of this year’s National Football League while enjoying the amenities of a residential haven that’s in a league of its own. Here are six homes with ideal entertaining spaces for cheering on the Patriots or the Falcons in the 2017 Super Bowl.

6 South Manursing Island Road—Rye, N.Y.

Life on South Manursing Island can easily be summed up in one word—prestigious. Everything about it, from the views and prime location to the history and residences, is flawless. It should come as no surprise then that the entertaining amenities and features available at 6 South Manursing Island Road in Rye, N.Y. are made for a successful Super Bowl bash. The 1900 center hall Colonial underwent a total renovation in 2013-2014, restoring its original features while upgrading the entire property with state-of-the-art offerings, including a plush media room and adjoining wet bar. Naturally, guests will gravitate towards this room on Sunday, taking advantage of its expansive screen, top-notch sound system and nearby libations. To learn more about the history of this stately residence, check out our blog here.


For additional information: Melissa Kaminsky, 917.748.8880, Melissa.Kaminsky@juliabfee.com; Christy Murphy, 914.262.7123, Christy.Murphy@juliabfee.com

151 Walker Street—Lenox, Mass.

This timeless Berkshire cottage, located on nearly 13 acres of beautiful land in Lenox, Mass., offers the epitome of an elegant “man cave” in the property’s reinvented carriage house. Now offering four bedrooms, three and a half baths and a wood-paneled great room with a full entertainment bar, pool table and flat screen TV, this guest cottage makes entertaining easy. In addition to this space, the Berkshire estate’s main house includes multiple welcoming rooms, as well as an incredible kitchen for all Super Bowl food preparation.



For additional information: Dan Alden, 413.335.9300, Dalden@williampitt.com; Jared Kelly, 413.854.1504, Jkelly@williampitt.com; Nick Geranios, 413.822.6598, Ngeranios@williampitt.com

58 Lakeshore Drive—Eastchester, N.Y.

If the breathtaking water views aren’t enough to entice individuals to spend Super Bowl Sunday at 58 Lakeshore Drive, its entertainment room, complete with a large TV, comfy couches and a fully stocked in-home bar should! The Eastchester, N.Y. estate is a truly unique residence with exceptional amenities that mirror “resort-style” living at its best. Embrace the home’s stunning surroundings while rooting on your favorite team. Between the expansive windows and impressive media room, visitors won’t know which way to look.



For additional information: Rene Wolfer, 914.584.3762, Rene.Wolfer@juliabfee.com; Patti Lipman, 914.522.7772, Patti.Lipman@juliabfee.com

112 Old Branchville Road—Ridgefield, Conn.

Experience the extraordinary at 112 Old Branchville Road in Ridgefield, Conn. This 1.67-acre estate has four finished floors in its main home, including a lower level  featuring a 14-seat theatre, full bar, pool table, poker table and more. It’s quite obvious where guests will be gathering! Between the top-notch media space and games, “Sunday Funday” will surely live up to its name. To top it off, the property additionally contains a newly built, state-of-the-art car barn outfitted for the ultimate car enthusiast to check out during half time.

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For additional information: Laura Freed Ancona, 203.733.7053, Lfreed@williampitt.com

Litchfield County Lakefront Estate—Washington, Conn.

Overlooking Lake Waramaug on over 31 acres of picturesque land in Washington, Conn., rests a magnificent 9,000-square foot residence with stunning views visible from virtually every room. Completed in 2012, the outstanding structure goes above and beyond your typical entertainment-friendly home, featuring a tremendous lower level, which contains an in-home theatre with a 10-foot projection screen, a custom built full-swing golf simulator room, lounge with a fireplace, billiard room with wet bar, full bath with shower and a wine cellar with a 1,100 bottle capacity. The entire space additionally offers radiant-heated floors extending into an expansive gym space that’s perfect for working off those Super Bowl calories…tomorrow.




For additional information: Kathryn Clair, 203.948.5255, Kclair@williampitt.com

Sports fanatics will love the “man-cave” space at 41 Highland Avenue in Rowayton, Conn. Located adjacent to the home’s lower level wine cellar, this inviting escape has NFL helmets literally lining the walls. Looks like a Falcons fan lives here!


For additional information: Deborah Cole, 203.858.2545, Dcole@williampitt.com; Michelle Donzeiser, 917.620.0898, Mdonzeiser@williampitt.com 

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