8 American Homes With Exceptional Bowling Alleys

Ryan Nickum

Jan 21

Unique Homes

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When President Obama returns to the White House for his second term, he’ll have plenty of problems to deal with. First among them will be breaking up Vice President Joe Biden’s raucous 2nd Inauguration Day Kegger and Hot Pocket Feast in the White House bowling alley. It’s become a tradition. However, parties in the basement bowling alley aren’t unique to presidents with boisterous VPs, but also for anyone who owns a home with a bowling alley. If that sounds like fun you could spend $75,000—$336,000 to install one in your home, or just shell out a few million to buy one of these homes for sale that come with one built in…

1) Beverly Hills, CA$25,580,000

 

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2) Pasadena, CA$6,400,000

 

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3) Rancho Santa Fe, CA$22,500,000

 

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4) Moorestown, NJ$6,300,000

 

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5) Longwood, FL$5,500,000

 

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6) Hinsdale, IL$4,900,000

 

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7) Dalworthington Gardens, TX$5,000,000

 

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8) Philadelphia, PA$2,970,000

 

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Richard Nixon stares down the lane…

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