I’ve done a post on this home already, but I just wanted to do a post on the home theater, since more photos were added of it. This spectacular home theater is located in a $17,500,000 Mediterranean mansion in Sands Point, NY. The theater boasts a ticket booth with marble floors and two entrances, a concession stand, a 2-story gallery that contains 2 sets of stairs, 2 balconies, and a total of 17 seats (4 up, 13 down). I think the whole setup is utterly amazing. It truly is a grand home theater. The only thing I would change would be the colors and maybe some of the materials used. What do you guys think of this home theater?

  • Tony Soto

    I agree with you on the colors and materials but, otherwise, it’s definetely a badass overall layout. Matter of fact, it’s pretty much exactly done up like the one I sketched on my dream home floorplans (yes, I’m still getting that over to you guys. Lost my entire 2nd floor so hafta redo it.).

    I’ve always wanted a home theater to be more of an actual full-blown theater, rather than just a large screen in it’s own room. Movie theaters are quite a great experience once you eliminate the children and other douchebags that won’t stop cross talking and kicking the back of your seat. This type of theater gives the owner all the pros (theater experience) and non of the cons (the public).




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    • I have to agree, besides the carpet (green) wtf.. Everything else is perfect, I love the marble mixed with the oak wood paneling it’s nice. The entrance to the theatre is also great. The builder of this home did a great job, besides the green carpet




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  • Marcus

    I love this theater – I even like the green carpet.

    It is the rose colored carpet next to the screen that I don’t like. I don’t see anything else rose color in the other pictures so that little bit in front of the screen looks out of place.




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  • I love everything as is, this has got to be the most amazing Home Theatre I’ve seen yet. I think the Green Carpet look’s amazing.




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  • Trev

    I think that the theater would’ve been better in a more modern or retro style but i like the layout. I can see the owners thoughts on making it look like a old movie, never seen a two story theater in a house before.




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  • Bryan

    Silly question, but I’d like to know how large of screen. I saw a theater I really liked on a zillow.com comparison where it looked like it sat 20 people and just one level. What I loved about it was the rich woods they used…I am not into the ultra modern look.




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  • Bryan

    Adding to my screen size question. My boss built a theater room with a 144″ screen; his boss was building at the same time so had to nudge him out some so went 168″. I don’t have their budget, so make by with a 73″ in my den for 1/10th (or less) of what they spent on their electronics.




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    • Kenny Forder

      sorry, don’t know the screen size. Wow, that’s a big screen that your boss has! he’s lucky! lol




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  • Bryan

    Kenny I think this is the place, but really shocked only 10,625sqft. I was thinking with all there is in it more like 15,000-20,000sqft.

    240 Middle Neck Rd, Port Washington, 11050

    http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/mynassauproperty/description.jsp?txtSection=4&txtBlock=A&txtLot=71&txtSuffix=&txtBldg=&txtCondo=




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    • Kenny Forder

      yeah, that’s the place. Wow, I though it would have been more like 18,000 square feet. 10,625 does seem low. Maybe they don’t count the basement square footage in that




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      • Bryan

        I wondered the same thing about them not counting the basement.




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  • Nick

    Very impressive home theater!




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