Hot homes: 4 cool pools you’ll want to dive into

These Seattle-area homes for sale offer a much more exciting way to cool off during the hot summer months.

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You can’t see it, but this home also has its own pickleball court, trampoline, and a wine cellar.

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Obviously air conditioning is one of the first things on our mind when things start to heat up outside — but you know what’s much more fun? Taking a dip in a sweet pool.

Here are a few Seattle-area homes for sale that we can’t stop daydreaming about while we’re sitting in the sun.


You don’t even need to leave home to feel like you’re on vacation with this ritzy pool.

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Elegant estate with breezy pool house, 5 BD, 8 BA | $37,900,000 | This mansion’s pool is practically begging for someone with a giant floppy hat and dirty martini to come lounge beside it. Plus, you can host a little party in the pool house that has its own bedroom and kitchen.


If you get tired of the pool, the Puget Sound is literal steps away.

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Sunny Bremerton getaway, 3 BD, 3 BA | $1,548,000 | The waterfront setup looks like it was built for a retro-themed pool party. Seals swimming in the Puget Sound might join you with a space so close to shore.


All the vegetation around the pool means you’ll be able to relax in privacy.

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Normandy Park beachfront escape, 3 BD, 5 BA | $5,100,000 | Your celebrity friends will love how private the landscaping is when they’re trying to hide from the paparazzi. Plus, you’re only one little woodland path away from the beach.

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You can’t see it, but this home also has a pickleball court, trampoline, and wine cellar.

Photo by Clarity Northwest Photography

Edwin Ivey legacy home with a florentine-inspired pool, 5 BD, 10 BA | $11,999,000 | Designed by the well-known Seattle architect Edwin Ivey, this mansion looks like it was airdropped in Capitol Hill straight from Tuscany. Who doesn’t want to pretend they’re taking a dip at an Italian villa?

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