Recent events may leave you a bit hesitant about joining the crowds at the multiplex, and while some of us will just sit and wait for films to be available via Redbox or Netflix, others will be building their own Dark Knight theater.
This $2 million home theater is set to be completed by November of this year, so there won’t be any first runs of the final Dark Knight movie happening here, but every other new release enjoyed in this awe-inspiring home renovation project will definitely be an adventure.
According to Nandini Maheshwari at BornRich:
The highlights include 180” film screen with Batsuits on each side, besides the backlit life-size Batsuit standing across the room. There are a total of six Batsuits placed throughout the room. The other details include winged gargoyles, private cylindrical stainless steel elevator with glowing bat symbol, mock secret tunnel exit, bat computers, and race-car inspired home theater chairs to be in tune with the luxurious Batmobile vehicles. The Exit gate is designed to look like a secret tunnel approximately 30 feet long.
Did the real Batcave even cost that much?
For that kind of dough, we’d want Robin thrown in with the theater to bring us popcorn refills during the good parts.
Watching a movie gets a completely new meaning in awesome home theaters.
This is a home theatre you can actually buy. It is a custom home theatre made by Tom Pina Designs. Giant King Kong is peeking behind the TV and grabbing the two chairs with his giant paws. If you are a classy person than this theatre isn’t for you.
This home theater is the perfect thing for all those fans of Indiana Jones action. This particular one was designed by Doug Charrois, for Larry and Colleen Halliday in Canada. Even though it doesn’t have great AV gear it has a model model of a monkey and a gold idol. It also has replicas from Last Crusade like the Grail, and a set of Indiana jacket, hat, whip, and torches.
Brabus Away Home theatre is a Mercedes-Benz theatre on wheels. A 40 inch 3D model has a Play Station, Internet and iPads. There is also a coffee machine.
This is a Batman-themed home theater. It is a cave theater situated inside the Batman cave.
This cool inflatable home theater inflates in 5 minutes. It is a large 16 by 13 ft outdoor theater with a build in DVD.Music Hall Theater
This home theatre was designed by James Bieber and it was inspired by Radio City Music Hall.
This is one awesome home theatre/room for hanging out with friends. The first row of seats rotates 180 degrees so that it faces the second row.
You can have a Pirates of the Caribbean Home theatre at a price of $2.5million. It is a good setting for watching the Pirates of the Caribbean movies but not so much for watching horror movies.
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10 – The Lot: At just over a third of an acre, this large lot puts all 13,503 square feet to its best use.
9 – Places To Play: The back yard features a generous grassy area for hours of play, while the front of the home has an enormous space for a competitive game of hoops.
8 – The Location: Close to multiple bus stops (238 / 245 / 265 / 277 / 889), if carpooling is your gig, the park and ride is just over a block and a half away.
6 – The Floor Plan: The gourmet kitchen is decked out in granite and walnut. Eat in the nook or at the bar. When a more formal atmosphere is desired, or for those large events, the inviting dining room, that comfortably sits twelve, is at the ready.
5 – Let There Be Light: With 16’ ceilings and windows galore, there is always light in main livings space.
4 – Bridle Trails State Park: One block to the south is an amazing place to explore. The park is 482 forested acres with 28 miles of equestrian/pedestrian trails. There are three marked trail loops of varying distance. See the trail map for details.
3 – Plenty Of Room: With 5 large bedrooms, there is plenty of room to configure a variety of schemes. If a home office is needed, there’s a place. A craft room? You got it!
2 – The Entertainment Room: The home theater /game room has a 12.5’ foot screen for huge visuals and the sound effects are provided by the 7.1 surround sound, all the while comfortably seated in plush leather theater seats.
The #1 reason to live here… This house was custom built in 2001! It has been meticulously maintained and enhanced. Ready to move right in and enjoy a better than new home with nothing to update!
For all you need to know about this home, go to: www.YourKirklandHome.com
Bellevue Main Real Estate Office
John L. Scott
11040 Main Street, Suite 200
Bellevue, WA 98004