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The 5 Most Extravagant Home Theaters in the D.C. Area

The term, "Netflix and chill," will take on a new meaning, thanks to these stunning home theaters. There's no way anyone will want to do anything other than relax in these leather recliner seats with a bucket of popcorn and a good movie. Located in Maryland and Virginia, these five listings runneth over with luxurious amenities like wine cellars, indoor basketball courts, and most importantly projector screens. National real estate brokerage Redfin assisted Curbed in compiling these listings with consideration only given to those currently on the market.

If less inclined to movies and more to the great outdoors, these listings will be more your style.


↑ This home theater might possibly be the most stunning home theater in the D.C. area if not the world. Located in McLean, Virginia, this theater features a massive mural of Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam," LED lighting, and leather recliner seats. The six-bedroom- mansion also comes with an indoor basketball court and wine cellar because why not?


↑ In this five-bedroom single-family home, this home theater not only offers high ceilings and wall sconces, but stained glass windows and a fireplace to keep you warm and cozy. Other highlights in this Great Falls, Virginia include a custom pool overlooking a private lake, built-in 500 gallon aquarium, and a screened porch.


↑ For those looking to buy a house in Potomac, Maryland, they are able to find five bedrooms, a fitness room, three-car garage, and a private theater all located in this one single-family home. It also comes with a lot of wiggle room, thanks to the 1.35 acres attached to the listing.


↑ This Potomac, Maryland abode is not only gorgeous, it's also ethical. The homebuyer of this newly built six-bedroom single-family home will be able to fund a school in India with the purchase. Other need-to-know details about this listing include that it has a wine cellar, sandstone patio, and an elevator.


↑ "Majestic! Stately!" That's how this Great Falls, Virginia listing describes itself. While not the most eyebrow-raising abode on this list, it's still pretty stunning with a spacious wine cellar and two-story great room with bay windows. This single-family home comes with a total of five bedrooms.
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