Home Court Advantage: Four Properties With Tricked-Out Sports Spaces
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A 33,000-square-foot Virginia home includes an indoor basketball court with professional flooringThe indoor basketball court at the home in McLean, Va., that is listed for $39 million.
Playing sports comes with a lot of health and social benefits, but no one says you have to leave the house to get them. In Vancouver, Wash., for example, Jonathan Romano’s listing has a professional-grade bowling alley complete with the usual trappings—including screens to track scores, seating for guests and bumpers for the children—on the main level.
In Salem, Utah, Casey Cloward, owner of Raykon Construction, has built about 10 indoor basketball courts. He liked the ones he built for his customers so much that he included one in his home when he built it four years ago.