Your Super Bowl Pick: Where Would You Watch the Game?


Why watch the game with strangers in a raucous sports bar when you could have an invitation-only crowd in your fabulous home theater or entertainment center?

With the hype building for Super Bowl XLIX between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, Trulia offered AOL Real Estate a look at some of the swankiest spaces on the market for a watch party that is a true home game. (Click on the pictures for full listing details.)

So let's get this party started.

The rich reds of the theater above are in a Texas-sized home that is on the market in Fort Worth for $4.395 million. Built in 2007, it has five bedrooms and six baths in 10,900 square feet and sits on a nearly three-acre lot.

Here are some others to wish you could own (or at least rent) on Sunday.

Colorado Springs, Colorado
2355 Stratton Forest Heights
Asking price: $2.65 million


4426 North Los Vecinos Drive
Asking price: $3.495 million


1133 14th St. No. 2220
Asking price: $1.7 million

Austin, Texas
213 Costa Bella Drive
Asking price: $9.988 million