Few things are more enticing than a dip in a swimming pool, no matter the season. But warm weather is fleeting, and these indoor pools—from Connecticut to Carmel—allow for year-round enjoyment while surrounded by polished style and dramatic views.
Lavish Waterfront Compound in Greenwich
One of the most significant waterfront estates in Greenwich, this regal eight-bedroom home is sited on 5.8 gated acres with views that stretch to Long Island Sound. The compound includes a guesthouse, 1,570 feet of shoreline, waterside terraces, lush landscaping, a pool, a tennis court, a putting green, and a deepwater dock. The traditionally styled interiors include lavish formal spaces for living and entertaining and an indoor pool lined with windows to let the sun shine in all year.
Modern Manhattan Townhouse
Two exceedingly rare amenities—a 40-foot saltwater lap pool and a two car-garage—distinguish this townhouse just off Park Avenue, which dates to 1899 and has been updated with a sleek, light-filled modern aesthetic. Spanning roughly 10,000 square feet, it also features six bedrooms, a skylit great room, a chef’s kitchen, a media room, and two terraces. The pool is accompanied by a hot tub, a gym, a sauna, and a bath and is overlooked by the informal living and dining room.
Stylish Pacific Heights Haven
Neoclassical details meet open modern spaces in this delightful 8,335-square-foot home in Pacific Heights. Built in the early 20th century and painstakingly renovated, it features eight bedrooms; a spacious formal living room; a music room with a wet bar; an open chef’s kitchen, family room, and casual dining area; two offices; a yoga and meditation room; a patio; and a roof deck with an open-air kitchen. With its accompanying exercise room and sauna, the indoor saltwater lap pool creates a luxurious home spa.
Crisp, clean lines characterize every room of this contemporary oceanfront home in the gated community of Otter Cove. Strikingly sleek and serene, the three-bedroom, 4,477-square-foot oasis is replete with light and views thanks to expansive floor-to-ceiling windows and walls of glass. Its stylish spaces include an open living room, a kitchen with an oceanfront patio, and a master suite overlooking the sands of the cove. The glass-enclosed indoor swimming pool affords the feeling of swimming alongside and above the waves.
Casa la Luna
Nestled amid arroyos, rock formations, and old-growth piñon and juniper trees just off the historic Old Santa Fe Trail, 13,400-square-foot Casa la Luna unites a historic 1920s home with a sleek modern addition, nearly every room filled with magical light and breathtaking views. Renowned Jordanian architect Meisa Batayneh designed the new wing, which includes an Olympic-length indoor swimming pool, positioned to follow the lines of the natural topography. Expanses of glass create the sensation of water cascading into the Rio Grande Valley.