Watching the Super Bowl in Style

Roomy and large Pulte family rooms, media centers and game rooms ideally designed for watching the game
With its hundred-million-plus U.S. viewers tuning in, the ideal spot for most to watch the Super Bowl is in the comfort of their home.

PulteGroup surveys have consistently found that large gathering areas to entertain family and friends are a top consumer priority on their must-have list in a new home.

Just as guacamole, chicken wings and beer are hallmarks of the Big Game experience, media centers, roomy entertainment areas and great rooms connecting the kitchen and family areas are the some of the most important plays in Pulte’s array of home designs.    

Check out these Pulte family rooms, media centers and game rooms ideally designed for watching the game (although we know most really look forward to the commercials). 

If you're lucky to live in sunny California, take advantage of the outdoors with not just one TV, but three TVs at Juniper at Beacon Park in Irvine, California.
Comfy stadium style seating is a great way to enjoy the game. This media room is an option in our Empire floor plan at the Trails of Katy in Katy, Texas. 

For some, it's not just watching the football game, but hanging out with friends and playing a game of pool. This basement has it all with a mini-kitchen to serve appetizers and drinks, ample seating and room to mingle in the Crestwood floor plan at the Dancing Waters community in Minnesota.

Pulte is known for its large, open living concept floor plans. This space feels even larger with the sliding glass door opened. It's a great place to entertain at the Laurel Pointe community in Vista, California.

Loft spaces is a great place for the kids to hang out. While parents are enjoying the game and food, kids can be in a separate place playing board games or pool, or even playing video games in the Starwood floor plan at the Calabria community in Chandler, Arizona.
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