There’s plenty to do in Miami—drink, eat (and eat and eat), work out, go shopping—the list goes on. But when you’re in the mood for a double feature or a Netflix binge, you need a home theater where you and your guests can comfortably hole up for hours. Here, we found six luxury homes in the Miami area that contain beautiful media rooms for hosting private viewing parties or sprawling out all by yourself.
It’s impossible not to feel like you’ve gone back to another era when you enter the opulent home theater at this $29 million Harbor Beach estate. And once you dim the lights and sink into a recliner, it’s just as impossible not to be totally absorbed in your favorite flick. Tim Elmes Group, Tim Elmes, 954-522-2803
Stepping into this media room is just like going to a classic movie theater—except you don’t have to leave your $25 million Sunset Island home to get your own cushy seat or unbeatable acoustics. Just be sure you have enough over-buttered popcorn to go around. The Jills, Jill Hertzberg, 305-788-5455; Jill Eber, 305-915-2556
This $39 million abode on the tip of Mashta Island has jaw-dropping ocean views and plenty of open-air spaces to take it all in. You might wonder why a home like this needs a such a stunning movie room, but you’ll be relieved when it’s there waiting for you on a rainy day.ONE Sotheby's International Realty, Jorge Uribe, 305-666-0562
In a luxury residence like this 16,000-square-foot beachfront compound on Golden Beach, you can expect every amenity imaginable. That includes a spacious home theater—this one happens to be adjacent to the pool and fits three rows of oversized recliners. The Jills, Jill Hertzberg, 305-788-5455; Jill Eber, 305-915-2556
A movie buff dreams about having an authentic movie theater with stadium seating inside their homes. Luckily, film fanatics can buy this 15,000-square-foot Harbor Beach estate to make their big-screen dreams a reality. Florida Luxurious Properties, Julie Jones-Bernard, 954-870-4080
Tucked away inside the Ocean Drive property known as The Beach House, this cozy home theater featuring a wet bar turns your Netflix marathon into a social activity—just invite your friends and keep the cocktails flowing. Douglas Elliman, John Sandberg, 305-695-6039; Ann Nortmann, 786-385-6977