Can’t Stop Looking at This Glass-Bottomed Pool

A dip in the pool may be the last thing on many of your minds, especially for those of you residing in colder climates, but we couldn’t help but share this sleek contemporary in Olde Del Mar, Calif.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

Found atop a prime vista lot overlooking the Pacific Ocean just north of San Diego, the trophy property boasts a world of luxury and one of the more unique home features money can buy: a glass-bottomed pool that doubles as a skylight. Yes, for the tidy sum of $6.75 million, you can swim in this vanishing-edge pool and window bomb your housemates or guests.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

Beyond its fancy aqua portal, which lends the interior spaces a submarine-like hue, the 5,500-square-foot custom-built residence offers a mélange of modern-day technologies in an elemental stone, wood and metal package. A European-style kitchen features high-end appliances, custom walnut cabinetry and ocean views, and the living room and dining room feature a full-service bar.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

In terms of sleeping arrangements, the master suite, one of five bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths, comes well-appointed with dual vanities, a large walk-in dressing room and a spa-like bath and shower. Downstairs, a game and media room has its own refreshment bar and the skylight view of that swimming pool above.

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

from realtor.com

Linda Sansone of Linda Sansone & Associates is the listing agent.

This article was originally published by Neal J. Leitereg on realtor.com. See more photos and the original article here.

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