Every day can feel like a vacation when your home has a resort-like infinity pool. These homes all have pools that are picturesque on their own, but many have views that are just as stunning, from cityscapes to the open ocean. If you love to swim — or just love to lounge poolside — you’ll want to live at one of these luxurious properties.
Oasis in Las Vegas
- Price: $4.5 million
The 50-foot infinity pool outside this modern Las Vegas mansion looks out over the valley, city lights and glittering Vegas Strip. There’s also a 10-person infinity edge spa and a swim-up bar, so you can spend all day and night outside in the water. Other outdoor amenities include a covered sunken outdoor dining area, a lounge deck, an outdoor kitchen with a grill, a tiki hut, a putting green, a waterslide and a dedicated pool bath.
- Home square footage: 6,738
Even when you’re done with your pool time, you can still take in the nearly 360-degree views through the floor-to-ceiling windows of this five-bedroom, six-bathroom home. Other features include color-changing light effects throughout the house, a master suite with a jetted soaking tub and motorized blinds, a full chef’s kitchen that was featured on “Top Chef,” an equipped exercise room, an entertainment room, a conference room, a 100-bottle wine refrigerator, an interior elevator and a garage big enough to fit a limo.
Italian Villa in Tustin, California
- Price: $4.7 million
Look out over Orange County and beyond while taking a dip in this Mediterranean-style estate’s infinity pool. The tranquil outdoor space also features a sports court, a putting green, and an outdoor kitchen with a fireplace and spacious sitting area. There is also a rooftop patio with its own outdoor fireplace.
- Home square footage: 7,800
Inside the home — known as Casa Rosa — you’ll find seven bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and two partial bathrooms, plus a guest house with a kitchenette, formal living and dining rooms, a 12-seat home theater, a bar, a wine room, a billiard room and a gourmet kitchen.
Mediterranean Masterpiece in McKinney, Texas
- Price: $4.98 million
Escape from everything with a swim in this Tuscan villa-inspired home’s infinity pool, which looks out over the sprawling green pastures of the 26-acre property. The outdoor living spaces also have multiple fire pits and plenty of seating areas to relax and enjoy the fresh country air.
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- Home square footage: 8,345
Built for entertaining, this six-bedroom, 5 1/2-bathroom property has a wine room, a large living area and a spacious dining room. There’s also plenty of room for guests to stay with a three-room guesthouse on site, as well as a cottage located by the residence’s private pond.
Other Worldly Residence in Rancho Santa Fe, California
- Price: $6.9 million
South African Acacia trees surround the massive infinity pool, which is just one of the impressive outdoor features of this indoor-outdoor living space. The estate also has upper and lower landscaped gardens, vegetable gardens, fruit trees, multiple patios and sitting areas. The property also has an outdoor spa and an outdoor cooking area.
- Home square footage: 7,584
The main home has four bedroom suites, including a four-room master suite that has its own Zen water garden, steam shower and separate dry sauna, wardrobe and office space. Other notable areas include a lounge room, an entertainment room, a chef’s kitchen, a theater room and a separate one-bedroom guesthouse for visitors to have their own private space.
Grand Estate in Miami Beach, Florida
- Price: $13.75 million
An infinity-edge pool with fountains faces the 100 feet of water frontage you get with this grand Miami Beach home. Located on an acre of land, there’s plenty of space outdoors to lounge, relax or entertain on this property.
- Home square footage: 6,968
In addition to the main residence, this estate has three detached guesthouses for a total of 12 bedrooms and 9 1/2 bathrooms. Features of the home include a formal dining room, gourmet chef’s kitchen, a grand salon, coffered ceilings and custom built-ins.
Stunning Sanctuary in Coral Gables, Florida
- Price: $29.9 million
Even when the temperature drops in Coral Gables, you can still go out for a swim in the heated infinity pool in this waterfront home and be dazzled by the pool’s fire bowls and fountains while you’re doing laps. And the outdoor amenities don’t stop there — there’s a 160-foot private dock, an outdoor kitchen with a teppanyaki table, covered terraces and a rooftop deck overlooking the property’s 255 feet of water frontage.
- Home square footage: 11,609
This massive estate has nine bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and three partial bathrooms, plus a 14-seat theater room, a game room with a wet bar and a wine cellar. The master suite has its own spa-style marble bathroom and an outdoor shower, as well as a private sitting area that overlooks the water.
17th-Century Farmhouse in Umbria, Italy
- Price: Upon request
Located in the Umbrian hills, this restored farmhouse estate has a split-level, 59-foot infinity pool overlooking the historic 13th-century Reschio Castle. The outdoor areas also feature walnut trees, an olive grove, artfully curated gardens, horse stables and lake access, along with trails for riding horses, mountain bikes, hiking and more.
- Home square footage: 3,767
The property includes a two-bedroom main house and a one-bedroom guest house. The main residence features vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling French doors that open to several courtyards. It contains a great room with living and dining areas facing the open country kitchen. The home also boasts a study/media room, a master suite and a second bedroom.
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