Posted on 1 May
If you can’t unwind at the beach, relax creekside or soak beneath a cascading waterfall, you can bring the soothing sounds of water into your home. Sit back and go with the flow, enjoying a glimpse of homes with incredible water features, from Brentwood to Aspen, Turks & Caicos to Victoria, British Columbia.
The indoor-outdoor water features at this stunning contemporary architectural Brentwood home create an idyllic, Zen-like environment. The illuminated waterfall in the dining room caught the eye of the Los Angeles Times, which recently named the property, represented by Santiago Arana, its Home of The Week. Showcasing a meeting of the elements, a water feature surrounds the entry fire pit, creating a dramatic moment of arrival. The infinity-edge swimming pool cascades over the hillside, which captures sweeping city views from the private perch off Tigertail Road, one of the most exclusive streets on L.A.’s Westside.
The swimming pool at this stunning, newly built contemporary estate situated above Sunset Boulevard was designed for year-round entertaining. Water cascades from the fountain, built into the rooftop of the poolside cabana, to the 42-foot pool, featuring an oversized Jacuzzi and baja shelf for lounging or children’s play. When relaxing on the cabana deck, the water feature makes it feel as though you’re nestled beneath your own private waterfall. Views from the pool of this 12,127-square-foot tour de force, designed by Philip Vertoch and represented by Blair Chang, stretch from Downtown L.A. to Catalina Island.
Life revolves around the water at this spectacular, four-bedroom oceanfront villa in Providenciales, where layers of turquoise are visible from every corner of the home. The infinity-edged pool appears to drop off to the sea, and terrace steps lead to a private sundeck over the Caribbean waters. Capturing views of the Caicos Banks, Wymara Villa 5105 offers the amenities of Wymara Turks + Caicos Hotel on Grace Bay and is represented by Brendan O’Neill, Nieve O’Neill, Sean O’Neill, Ian Hurdle and Katherine Baryluk.
No matter what season it is, there is no better way to end a day in the mountains than with a soak in the spa. This magnificent, log cabin-style home in Maroon Creek Valley has a perfectly placed Jacuzzi that captures sweeping tree-lined views of Pyramid Peak from the stone patio. Represented by Chris Flynn, the five-bedroom residence is surrounded by leafy views, located minutes from Aspen Highlands and downtown Aspen.
This refined West Coast oceanfront masterpiece appears to float over the Pacific from its ultra-private hillside perch in Victoria. The lap pool extends out from the terrace, spanning the entire width of the home, which captures panoramic ocean views from nearly every room. Represented by Jason Binab, the home also boasts a glass-walled master bath, the ideal place to unwind amidst far-reaching ocean vistas.