As we head into the fall season, people are looking to find indoor activities in the privacy and warmth of their own homes. A family favorite pastime is bowling and with many public bowling alleys closed across the country, here is a roundup of properties where you can strike out. Rental shoes not included.
Agents: Mark Friedberg and Jules Guerra
Developed by Faring and DM Development with architecture by Office Untitled + Design and interiors by Marmol Radziner, The Harland West Hollywood features a 9,300 square foot amenity space, including a bowling alley. Amenity highlights also include the 9,300 sq ft entertainment lounge with bar and pool table, private dining room, screening room, fitness center, yoga studio, attended lobby and valet parking.The exceptionally detailed gathering spaces, with direct access to the open-air courtyard, are designed to act as an extension of the residences.
Agents: Liza Hogan and Joshua Saslove
Serenity Ridge was originally built as a family/corporate retreat and sits on 35 acres. The home spans approximately 45,212 square feet with an elegant floor plan suited for entertaining on a grand scale, including a complete entertainment wing which includes a bowling alley.
Agent: Senada Adzem
Rockybrook Estate in Delray Beach is set in prestigious Stone Creek Ranch, an exclusive luxury community with only 37 estates. Spanning 31,000 square feet, the waterfront home features a bowling alley, as just one of the options for entertainment.
Agent: Erica Grossman of Douglas Elliman
Masterfully built, handsomely details and exquisitely furnished, this 10,000 square foot, six-plus bedroom home sprawls across 2 acres and is a short distance to Mecox Bay and ocean beaches. The finished lower level features a two-lane bowling alley, home theatre and a fully outfitted bar.