An Indoor Dip

Would you have ever guessed that behind the door of this Manhattan townhouse is a living room with a pool?! With a swing? Honestly…WTF. If you’re in the market for a new and oh so retro home, this 5 story pad can be yours for a mere 10.95 million.

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  1. Elenita wrote:

    owh my… this is a real honestly WTF!! haha well maybe one day…

    xo lovee

    6.23.11
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  2. Lucía wrote:

    Wish I was there right now. So cool

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  3. Woa! I want!

    6.23.11
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  4. Eline wrote:

    Ohmy. awesome… got me inspired..:P

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  5. I friggin’ love this crib!
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  6. Brittany wrote:

    OMG! This is my urban fantasy come to life! So great! xo

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  7. Ting wrote:

    Oh geez that’s amazing. Swoon.

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  8. Sonia wrote:

    Well…I’m sold. Hope you get the commission on the sale!

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  9. Nan wrote:

    That’s crazy town!! But definitely would be an awesome way to get through those NYC winters. Yep, margaritas by the pool in December, I could live with that!

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  10. Lune wrote:

    Ha! I’m not sold on the giant pool. It would be a killer place to party but for sure I’d drunkenly slip and knock myself out. Imagine all the food that would end up in there…

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  11. Carrie wrote:

    Honestly WTF, indeed! It looks so unassuming from the outside! I wonder how long it will take me to save up 10.95 mil…

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  12. Brittany wrote:

    wouldn’t it smell? if this were mine, all that leather would be ruined in no time.

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  13. Sofia wrote:

    Am I dreaming?? OMG this is absolutely amazing, fabulous, a place for goddess! haha I just LOVE this!

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  14. That’s freaking AWESOME. If only I had 11million to spare.

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  15. Deana wrote:

    It is absolutely gorgeous!

    Not only do I not have $11M to spare but I’ll have to wait til the little ones learn how to swim!

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  16. sami wrote:

    omg, why do things like this exist- which i will never be able to see IRL?

    xo
    sami

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  17. sahra wrote:

    what…the…fuck. oh, to live like the wealthy.

    XO Sahra
    EffortlessCool

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  18. Jessie wrote:

    i can’t even get over this. i would KILL ofr a pad like this. that is AWESOME. wow. dying over here.
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  19. Nomadic D wrote:

    Holy @!)#*&_($@*!!! That is ridonkulous.

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  20. Chantelle wrote:

    Wow, LOVE this! If I ever get a pool in my living room, it will have to have a swing…

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  21. Van C. wrote:

    What?! This is INSANE!! I’m going straight to the bank now and withdraw the 11 mil. Oh, wait. It’s only monopoly money? Boo. Let’s talk in a gazillion years then.
    Van // The Clothes We Wear
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  22. Calli wrote:

    WHA?! I would LOVE to live there. Now…..where to get the money…..

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  23. Sanne wrote:

    Wow, It’s really amazing, but I wouldn’t want a pool in my living room. Haha, the hammock chair above the pool is great 🙂

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  24. Carina wrote:

    >>>>> OHHHHH YES … I WANT THIS 😀 😀
    this house is just WOW!!!

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  25. Emily wrote:

    I’m glad I’m not the only one thinking about the chlorine smell!
    and what about the humidity from all that water in a closed space? I feel like this would really f*ck things up in the room…

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  26. Now this is a Serious ‘Honestly WTF’ moment…lol.. God how i wiiish.. especially here in Manhattan!
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  27. Ambyr wrote:

    This is freaking sweeeet!

    xoxo
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  28. HONESTLY! Holy cow. I’m living in the wrong neighborhood. xo Lola

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  29. Kristina wrote:

    this really is incredible! It makes you wonder what’s behind any given door…this just added another fantasy to the list of possibilities!

    Kristina
    http://spottedappeal.blogspot.com/

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  30. Abe wrote:

    Somehow I doubt that you would be using chlorine to keep your pool clean if you owned this house. There are plenty of natural and equally effective alternatives, if you’re willing to pay for them.

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  31. WOW, this is amazing!!!!!

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  32. ariana wrote:

    man cave.
    yuck.

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  33. Julian wrote:

    Oh my god, this is amazing. I would love to live there.

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  34. Jess wrote:

    Hahaha that’s cool!! One question though, how do you go abouts cleaning up all the wet puddles? But I guess for that price you’d hire a cleaner too

    http://www.wangsfactory.blogspot.com

    6.24.11
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  35. soffi wrote:

    it’s a little bit to much, i would say.

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  36. Freaking fabulous design skills here. I would so buy this house, just for the randomness.

    W.

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  37. sonja wrote:

    hhaha, the swing is from IKEA 😀 crazy looking rooms!

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  38. Magdalena wrote:

    Coolest home, coolest pool everrrrr.

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  39. Carmen wrote:

    en chileno:no será musho?

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  40. ANGELA wrote:

    aww.man..honestly WTHK! I love this house…whaaaaat! brownstone in front/party behind the door..YES,PLEASE!!
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  41. Elisa wrote:

    Holy Mother of Kitch!

    The friggin’ pool is bigger than the living room area! I’d be on board if it wasn’t for the decor. Swimming and splashing around is much better than watching TV.

    But those armchairs and cowhide and all the rest hurt my eyes.

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  42. ew… Mauvais goût…

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  43. Sharon B wrote:

    Why would anyone want one of these in their living space? I don’t see the point! If you want a swimming pool give it its own space. I hate swimming pools in the first place but to have one in the lounge or kitchen? No way. On in a million years or for any amount of money.

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  44. fifi wrote:

    well, it wouldn’t necessarily smell of chlorine, there are good alternatives like salt or copper ionization… but the swing spells trouble to me- imagine all the splashing going on there and the sofas, the TV and kitchen bar so close to the water. but the concept is pretty cool, and surely you wouldn’t need 11 mil- after all, this could be done anywhere, not just in Manhattan…

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  46. cara wrote:

    WOW! WOW!

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  47. amourette wrote:

    oh wow

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  48. Rebecca wrote:

    Not sure if I’d love a swimming pool in my living room, but it is an insanely awesome idea.

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  49. Karina wrote:

    No way!!! This is outta control. I would have parties, like, every day.

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  50. Pure paradise and hidden. Such an eclectic mix of everything in here, would love to roam it about!

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  51. Newlymeds wrote:

    WOW!

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  52. Nelleclaire wrote:

    So…no splashing, I guess?

    7.18.11
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  53. christine wrote:

    my dream house, I think this would be the reason for me to continue living and working…so fantastic!

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  54. rr wrote:

    but you still have to park on the street

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  55. Quirky love ❤️

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