With Father’s Day around the corner, it’s time to pay a real estate-related tribute to dads. We know there’s one room in the house guys love and treasure above all else—the man cave.
Whether it’s a game room, the garage, or a darkened den, guys want one room in a home where they can retreat and indulge in well-earned “me” time.
We scoured homes for sale nationwide and found a serious selection of man caves in all shapes and sizes. If you like the looks of any of these drool-worthy man caves, just click on the photo to learn more.
500 Cliff Dr — Newport Beach, CA, $2.995 million.
Let’s begin on the beach. Perhaps your pops prefers an old-timey bar atmosphere. This dark wood cave is home to a poker table and all sorts of other man-friendly touches.
4338 Eureka Ave — Yorba Linda, CA, $1.179 million.
This one is perfect if your dad is a gear head. There’s a garage big enough for seven cars and plenty of space for Dad to hammer away on any type of project.
116 Robin Hood Ln — Highlands, NC, $1.5 million.
This looks like a perfect place for Dad to plop down after work. Plush easy chairs plus a pool table have a way of helping a dude unwind.
9832 Lake Louise Dr — Windermere, FL, $8.9 million.
If old-school opulence is what your father is after, he may want to check out this den. Done up in wood and with a fireplace to boot, this place looks like perfect place to pour an Old Fashioned and put your feet up.
21000 Forest Lake Pl — Weimer, CA, $775,000.
Here’s another one for dads that love to tinker with classic cars. This cave comes with a four-car garage and its own lift for working underneath cars.
36 Skipper Joes Point Rd — Kennebunkport, ME, $3.195 million.
An understated and classic cave, this pool hustler’s palace is located in the Bush family hub of Kennebunkport. It’s entirely possible that your father could have an ex-President drop by for a game of billiards.
3103 Hunt Farm Ct — Burtonsville, MD, $729,900.
Poker is the focus of this deluxe cave. Deal all the dads in and fetch them drinks from the bar while you’re at it.
371 Channelside Walk Way — Tampa, FL, $2.295 million
One picture doesn’t do this penthouse justice. Done up in dark colors and equipped with its own humidor, the entire place is one giant man cave. If your dad is ready to embrace his wild side and live by his own rules, this place is perfect.
432 Baymount Dr — Statesville, NC, $575,000.
If your dad’s a NASCAR fan, he may want to take a couple of laps around this cave. It’s a fully functioning workshop with a saloon right up the stairs.
33413 Fairway Rd — Leesburg, FL, $250,000.
This well-lit cave offers a bit of a tropical feel with ceiling fans whirring overhead. Dads are welcome to relax and enjoy the slot machines, pool table, and foosball.
212 Rossmere Dr — Midlothian, VA, $369,900.
Ahhh … the classic comfy couch. This cave comes well-equipped with a couch perfect for lazy football watching weekends.
1130 N Wetherly Dr — Los Angeles, CA, $3.695 million.
Is Dad stressed out? He can head to this dark wood paneled cave perfect for hiding from the outside world.
7125 Meadowgate Ln — Parker, CO, $1.6 million.
If you’re sensing a theme with wood-paneled game rooms, you’re correct. However, if your dad is a movie buff, this cave also comes with a plush screening room.
745 Colyer Rd, Bronston, KY, $1.95 million.
Dad wants to detach? This cave will suit him fine. A 1,400 square foot cave separate from the main house, this place provides your pop with plenty of privacy. Pelts not included.
This article was originally published by Erik Gunther on Realtor.com. To see the original article, click here.