Here is a look at some indoor basketball courts from private homes shown on the always amazing website, Houzz.com. Enjoy! Hope some of these layouts/designs inspire you and hopefully one day all of you will have an indoor basketball court in your homes!

  • Daniel

    *Cough*Waste of space*cough*Never looks good*cough*




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    • Jeff P.

      Looks like a basketball court. As it should. I take it you don’t play?

      *cough*




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      • Daniel

        Being 6’4″ tall you’d think I would, but no, I don’t. I meant it never looks good from the outside. Always ends up looking like a damn windowless stadium poorly attached to a main home or just plopped in the middle of the lot. Hate them…




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        • Jeff P.

          Ah, from the outside. You are right about this. 🙂




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  • Paul

    Having an indoor court isn’t a waste of space if you use it. Secondly, things are not always about the visual appeal. Some people actually build something to use. That is to say they build it for function. This is “Homes of the Rich” NOT “Architectural Digest.”




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    • James

      Lol awesome paul!




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  • Grrrowler

    I generally dislike these, not only because it’s not something I’d ever use, but because normally their sheer size overwhelms the rest of the exterior of the house. It’s rare, but sometimes these things can be well hidden so that it’s not a monolithic monstrosity. Take, for example, Paul Allen’s indoor sports complex: http://binged.it/NtRlh9. It’s almost completely invisible from the main road, and from the lower road looks like several smaller structures. I wish more people with these would attempt to hide them, or put them underground.




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  • Geno

    There is one great way to conceal a court from the outside: a two story basement. I am not sure if this is the model I once toured, but it is the same builder.
    http://www.miracle-homes.com/parkbayp7.html
    http://www.miracle-homes.com/parkbayp6.html
    The basement stairs led to what was essentially a balcony overlooking the sub-basement. On the balcony/basement level was a pool table, plus a bar area overlooking the court (they were serving fresh baked cookies). On the sub-basement was the basketball court, men’s and women’s locker rooms, plus a media room. I love exposed basements, but that was my favorite basement of all time.
    http://www.miracle-homes.com/parkbay.html#




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    • Kenny Forder

      Sweet!!!! 🙂




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    • Jeff P.

      That is HOT!




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  • Dave

    Great web site ” Houzz ”
    More of these types of web sites and less “guess the location and sq/ft”
    would be appreciated.
    Really

    Other wise keep up the great work Kenny

    Cheers




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  • rob

    Not my thing, but if I had to pick favorites I would go for the wood paneled ones. They look like old prep school courts. You can use the courts for a lot of things, not just basketball. I have seen courts hidden in a old elizabethan style facade and it looked pretty good.




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  • James

    I love the first one and thats saying alot coming from a person that finds basketball pointless… Haha




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  • Al Robinson

    Picture #14 must be owned by Will “Jackie Moon” Ferrell. You can shoot a basketball and do the hustle.




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  • Christopher Williams

    Some of these courts are really nice, and some of them look like they were an afterthought to the original plans.




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