Have you ever wanted to own a million dollar pool? Stephen Fisher, a Singapore resident, has an amazing home with a secret underground room that has to be seen to be believed. His home is a massive 5,800 square feet, it is undeniably stunning and features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms with an incredible salt-water outdoor pool overlooking the ocean.
The pool weaves through the whole house, of which the focal point is an outdoor room. But the truly amazing part of the house is the downstairs.
A new luxury apartment development in London is planning on adding a “sky pool” to the list of amenities the upscale building will feature.
The all-glass pool will act as a bridge between two apartment buildings in Embassy Gardens, a 2,000-home complex in London’s Nine Elms neighborhood.It will allow residents to access the opposite side of the building by swimming laps ten stories above the ground.
Designed by Arup Associates with Eckersley O’Callaghan, the pool is 90 feet long and nine feet deep with a water depth of four feet, according to a statement from Ballymore Group, the organization responsible for the development of the complex.
The pool is expected to give swimmers the feeling of “floating through the air in central London,” according to the statement.
The luxurious development is located next to the new U.S. Embassy, and from the deck residents will have views of the London Eye and House of Parliament.
With units costing around $940,000, the pool is out of reach for many. In the past year, housing prices have risen 10% in the city.
On Twitter, the response to the pool has been somewhat mixed. One person tweeted, “a sky pool, so the millionaires in their Nine Elms penthouses can literally look down on you.” Another posted, “as gimmicks go, this one is pretty cool.”