Home builders are getting more and more creative as they customize homes to meet the exact needs and wants of buyers. Below we highlight some incredible amenities featured in homes from Arizona to Turks & Caicos, Ontario to West Hollywood.

948 N. ORLANDO AVENUE | WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA
This architectural triumph just moments from Melrose Ave features incredible, noteworthy amenities, from a “rock room” with 18th-century fireplace to a theater with vintage Morrocan wood paneling. But one feature of this 8-bedroom marvel, represented by Christopher Dyson, truly stands out. Designed to keep the kids, or the inner-child, fully entertained is a skate ramp, rails and all—perfect for the Tony Hawk in us all. (Some more than others, so helmets and knee pads recommended.)

20724 N. 112TH STREET | SCOTTSDALE, AZ
While filled with stunning amenities, from a walk-in glass wine cellar to a sparkling infinity-edged pool, this desert oasis, represented by Siena Dorsey has one standout feature—an indoor half-basketball court. Customized padded walls surround the court, which also boasts soaring ceilings, maple flooring and Arizona State University colors. Nothing but net, in the comfort of home.

131 KARAYA BLUE | PROVIDENCIALES, TURKS & CAICOS
As if the pool terrace, lush greenery and white-sand beach located steps away weren’t enough, six ultra-private, sustainable villas at the recently unveiled Karaya Blue come with a few extras. Among them, an electric charging vehicle, a Polaris GEM e4 for zipping to the beach or around the island. Owners also have the option of upgrading to a Tesla Model 3. Represented by Sean O’Neill, the villas also come with fully integrated solar electrical systems with Tesla & Polaris energy storage.

160 PINEHURST DRIVE | OAKVILLE, ON
This stunning contemporary home in the coveted Eastlake area of Oakville, Ontario was designed by cutting-edge architect Bijan Zamani and built by Zamani Homes, one of Canada’s leading builders at the forefront of health-minded home design. Represented by Peter Torkan and Steve Bailey, the residence features a mudroom with the works—an ultra-violet closet made for disinfecting outdoor clothing and gear. This is just one example of how designers were already adding healthy features into homes, with the trend set to take off amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.