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Three of a Kind: Poolside Properties

Featured Properties // May 15, 2013

As the weather starts to warm up, many New Yorkers find all they want is to take a cool dip in the comfort of their own pool. However, homes with this luxury can be a rare find in the city. Below are three spectacular properties that allow for homeowners to privately lounge and relax beside the pool.


Where: 105 Chestnut Ridge Road
Asking: $17,500,000
Size: 5-bedrooms, 7-bathrooms
Listed by: Michael Graves

Located in Saddle River, NJ, this state of the art French manor offers the ultimate in luxury and sophistication on 4.4 acres of beautiful wooded land. Complete with an indoor pool with custom infinity tub, this home offers what most New York City properties cannot – space, serenity, and seclusion.

1280 Fifth Avenue OMM pool

Where: 1280 Fifth Avenue, 18ABC
Asking: $8,275,000
Size: 8-bedrooms, 10.5-bathrooms
Listed by: Tom Postilio

Directly across from Central Park, One Museum Mile’s classic design and limestone relief façade sits beautifully on Fifth Avenue, thanks to legendary architect Robert A.M. Stern. Boasting spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park, the building’s exquisite amenities, including a roof deck and swimming pool, make it one of the most sought after buildings in all of New York City.


Where: 2 Northside Piers, 23Y
Asking: $915,000
Size: 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom
Listed by: Ralph Modica

Situated in East Williamsburg, this 1-bedroom condo offers flawless views, lots of light and twilight views of the Manhattan skyline. Designed for late night relaxation and inspiration, this property is complete with every modern convenience imaginable. Northside Piers is home to the only Ozone pool filtration system in Williamsburg, making it a rare find in Brooklyn during the summer months.