Some of us are just looking to an extra powder room to our homes. And then, well, there are these aquatic wonders: Homes that boast indoor swimming options that range from luxurious to opulent.
But be prepared!
Scrolling through this compilation of natatorium-enabled manses is enough to stir up a swirling case of freestyle envy. Private lap pools? Single-family splash centers?
And because of the space and climate requirements to house these shimmering examples of the good life, the pool rooms we’ve found are often architectural show stoppers, whether the pools are decked by ceramic, marble, brick or heavy timber.
For sale: $3,500,000
Three Lakes, plus an indoor pool. Sweet! Located on the Three Lakes real estate market in north-central Wisconsin, this 9,000-square foot cedar lakefront home has a 24-foot by 80-foot indoor lap pool with its own kitchen, vaulted Alaskan cedar ceilings, and fireplace.
For sale: $28,000,000
This Hamptons home has the best of both words: it’s sited on 2.5 acres with dramatic southwestern views across Lake Agawam (300 feet of lake frontage) and has immediate access to the Atlantic Ocean beaches. “Longview” is listed on the Southampton real estate market for $28 million. The current median home value of Southampton is $812,00.
For sale: $7.9 million
Challenging Illinois winters make this indoor pool a necessity to help keep away the winter blues. Located on the Saint Charles real estate market, which is located about 40 miles west of Chicago, this 6-bedroom, 7-bath modern home is situated on 26 acres and includes a 5-acre Japanese garden.
For sale: $9,995,000
Rough-hewn timber beams fill the air above this spacious indoor pool that is just one of luxurious amenities for this home for sale on the Aspen real estate market. The completely remodeled 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath estate offers views from Independence Pass to Mt. Sopris, including all four ski areas.
Sure beats a pool table.