949 Sycamore Ave., $445,000
The homeowner of this two-family house says the theater in the den is perfect for Super Bowl parties and for the feel of going to the movies in the privacy of your own home.
Located on the main level, the theater includes a 105-inch screen with a curtain that opens and closes, leather couch seating and a popcorn maker, all of which will be included with the house. The theater, with fiber optic star lights on the ceiling, also features a DJ booth and record collection, which is also included in the sale price, the owner says.
The 1969 home, with five bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms, features formal living and dining rooms, a kitchen and master bedroom with a walk-in closet. French doors off the dining room lead to a sunroom, which has sliders that open to a Trex deck with a remote awning and a concrete patio.
On the upper level of the home is a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a full bathroom. The house, with a 2-year-old roof and new oil burner, also features a finished basement.
Taxes on the 0.45-acre corner property are $12,690. Andrea Casey, Century 21 Bay’s Edge Realty, 516-971-9069.
7 Forsythia Ct., $839,990
A movie buff, the owner of this postmodern Victorian had a home theater built in the lower level of his home in 2008. The theater, with 10-foot ceilings, includes a 110-inch projection screen and two rows of stadium-style seating with reclining chairs. Features include surround sound, a DVD player and a stereo system, all of which are included with the sale.
The house, built in 2004, has seven bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms. Beyond the two-story foyer is a living room with a fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a center island, a library and a family room.
The master suite boasts two walk-in closets and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. The 0.93-acre property, on a cul-de-sac, also includes a three-car garage and an in-ground pool surrounded by a paver patio.
The taxes are $21,335. Eddie Figueroa, homeowner, 631-926-0180.
1 Maria Lane, $779,000
The projection screen in the basement of this cape measures roughly 70 inches. “The owners are die-hard Rangers fans. If they’re not at the Garden watching the Rangers play live, they are in that basement cheering them on,” says listing agent John Geldert of Century 21 American Homes. The theater also includes surround sound and a Blu-ray DVD system, both of which are included with the house.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, built in 1963, has radiant heated flooring on the main level. The living room, which includes a brick fireplace, flows into the formal dining room. French doors off the entry hallway open to a den. The granite eat-in kitchen boasts cherry wood cabinetry, a Viking range and sliding glass doors.
Situated on the second level is the master bedroom, which has two walk-in closets. The 84-by-92-foot property, on a cul-de-sac, also includes an attached one-car garage.
The taxes are $17,351. John Geldert, Century 21 American Homes, 516-322-9745.