It’s freezing outside, but that doesn’t mean that we have to stop swimming. Because here in the Hamptons, it is actually possible to have your pool and enjoy it in the winter too.
Here are three of our top property picks with their own indoor pools.
Topping the list at $27 million is 1860 Meadow Lane in Southampton. In addition to the fantastic atrium-encolsed oceanside swimming pool, the estate-section property also comes with 5 ares of land, awesome ocean and Shinnecock Bay views, 200 feet of protected Atlantic frontage, expansive seaside gardens and bayside tennis court.
The house itself, a circa-1988 6,200-square-foot modern with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths, has been renovated and updated. It, and all its various amenities, sits behind a private gated entrance. Represented by Tim Davis of The Corcoran Group.
Next up, at $15.495 million is 379 Captains Neck Lane, also in Southampton Village.
If you’re into serious fun, this could be place for you. There’s a lot going on at the 11,000-plus square-foot shingle-style home, which has a huge 65-foot-by-29-foot year-round pool with two lap lanes and a dual commercial dehumidification system, a 12-foot-by-12-foot negative-edge Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, gym and even an indoor basketball court.
Set on nearly 2 landscaped acres, the energy-efficient house features a total of seven bedrooms and 10-and-a-half baths and generously oversized rooms. Represented by Michaela Keszler and Paulina Keszler of Douglas Elliman.
And last but not least, except in the $$$ department, is 42 Laurel Drive in Montauk. The $1.65 million property is a comparative steal, given the amenities.
Recently reduced, the pristine circa-2003 4,025-square-foot, one-story, shingle-style home sits on almost an acre and features a climate-controlled 1,300-square-foot indoor pool under a dramatic cathedral dome, separate pool/guest house and en suite guest quarters. Represented by Joan Hegner and Raymond Hegner of The Corcoran Group.