Lace up your boogie shoes and get ready to shake, shake, shake. We’re shimmying across the country to spy on how the finest dancers sashay the night away in the ultimate private clubs: in-home discotheques.
These spaces with bars, dance floors, and professional-grade sound systems are intended to entertain a crowd as well as (or perhaps better than) the local watering hole.
We twirled through listings nationwide and found 12 homes on the market right now that have their own dance clubs. Some are oriented toward live music and others are ready for a DJ to plug in, but all of them boast their very own glittering disco ball.
No matter what your late-night tastes, one of these spaces, designed for dancing the night away, is likely to get those toes tapping—no ID or cover charge required.
Pennsylvania party: Up top, this four-bedroom suburban home is all family business. But the finished basement houses all the fun, namely a wet bar and full dance club with disco ball. Built well after the 1970s disco craze, this is definitely the place to be if you’re feeling overcome with dance fever on a random Saturday night.
Summerland shimmy: The highest-end disco we found! This 20-acre compound, known as the Bella Vista Polo Ranch, has a helipad, parking for 100 cars, gardens, horse stables, and a polo field. But it also features a disco/ballroom to showcase your hustle after a long day of leisure. Have your friends hop in their helicopters and come on over.
North Canton nightspot: This five-bedroom home has over 5,000 square feet of living space. And the dance scene here is no laughing matter. The current owners have configured “The Giggles Room,” a fully functional disco with soda bar in the basement, complete with custom sign and booths for sipping between musical numbers.
Bumpin’ basement: This house was built for entertaining both indoors and out. The four-bedroom home has a fully finished basement with built-in bar, dance floor, and disco light for all of your party needs. When the weather’s nice, you can head outside to the multitiered deck out back. Whatever the temperature, we’re sure this basement always heats up when the lights are dimmed.
Lincolnwood luxe: Everything about this custom estate is intended to impress. There’s a double waterfall in the two-story entrance, an indoor pool and spa with custom fiber-optic ceiling, and shooting water fountains. But when it’s time to get down and boogie, there’s the rec room, complete with fireplace, wet bar, kitchen, snack bar, and heated dance floor with disco lights.
Party paradise: Paging Tony Manero! Check out those lights in the dance floor! This seven-bedroom smart home was built in 2015, with tons of upgrades. The most important upgrade is the disco with cherrywood wet bar, plus state-of-the-art lighting, and a big beautiful disco ball presiding over the whole affair.
Disco Italiano: This custom Italian Renaissance-style mansion was built in 1985 with over-the-top touches, including gold-plated crown molding, hand-painted ceilings, stained-glass windows, and Italian travertine floors. But we love the colorful disco with a dance floor, mirrors, disco lights, and surround sound for partying the night away.
Fayetteville fun: This five-bedroom Cape Cod home belonged to the builder, so no detail was overlooked in its creation. The private retreat offers plenty of spaces for fun and relaxation, including the basement with full kitchen, game room, bedroom, bath, and … dance floor complete with disco ball.
Des Plaines disco: Built in 2005, this six-bedroom home has a special surprise: a home theater that can be converted into a private disco, complete with pole and pinup girls all over the walls for inspiration.
Duluth dance party: Not content with a simple sound-and-light system, this basement disco includes a stage for live performances. Upstairs, the traditional five-bedroom home exudes buttoned-up suburbia, but downstairs, it’s party time, all the time, complete with a full bar and the requisite disco ball for ambience.
Dungeon disco: This home has several over-the-top add-ons, including an onyx master bath, plus fixtures and finishes incorporating Swarovski crystals, 24-karat gold, bronze, and copper. The basement disco is located in an industrial-looking, dungeonlike room, complete with cinderblock walls, low ceilings, and an amped-up sound-and-light system. A perfect place to indulge in your darkest dance fantasies!
Palazzo party: Inspired by a Venetian villa, this home of over 6,600 square feet on the Hudson River is meant to be shown off. From the pool and patio on the water, to the walk-out basement with professional dance floor and disco lighting, this home is intended for fun and entertainment on a massive scale.
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