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Luxury Condos With Pools

There is a big difference between a house with a pool and a condo with a pool in the Washington Metropolitan area. Whereas a backyard pool belongs to the owners of the house, a condominium pool is a shared amenity. On the other hand, swimming pools are just one feature that prospective condo buyers may be seeking. Many of the most desirable condominium buildings offer other meaningful perks as well, such as a staffed front desk, fitness center, parking, and maintenance. And after all, who wants to spend time cleaning and maintaining their pool?

Luxury Condos With Pools Real Estate Stats

Average Price $988K
Lowest Price $500K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 533
Avg. Price/SQFT $575

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Condo communities with swimming pools.

Not all top condos in Washington Metro have pools, and searching for the ones that do can be a long and arduous process. DC Luxury Collection has done that work for you, curating the top luxury listings in a manner that is easily navigable. Each MLS image includes pertinent basic information such as price, size, and neighborhood. This makes it easy to home in on your preferences, simply click an image and learn more. You can also prioritize the filters for a more customized search.

Condos with swimming pools are not a one size fits all proposition. Some new condos have rooftop infinity edge pools while some other buildings have curved pools. And while many condominiums have one pool, some have more than one. There are even waterfront buildings that not only have a pool, but views of larger bodies of water.

The famous Watergate community in Foggy Bottom has three residential cooperative buildings, each with their own pool. In addition, many units have large balconies with views of the Potomac River. VIO at The Wharf offers a modern rooftop pool and lounge that overlooks the Washington Channel. Turnberry Tower in Rosslyn’s waterfront neighborhood has a heated indoor pool in an atrium-like setting, and many of the units feature views of the Potomac River.

The new Pierce in Rosslyn offers a resort-style pool as well as a two-story fitness center and a rooftop dining terrace. The Somerset House in Maryland’s posh Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights area is part of a gated community with 17 acres of lush landscaping and country club-style amenities, including a sports complex, tennis courts, an indoor heated pool, and an outdoor pool. The stylish Oronoco in Old Town Alexandria is steps from the Potomac River, and offers a heated pool with private clubhouse, outdoor kitchen, fitness center and yoga studio, and fabulous river views from expansive private terraces.

The list goes on and on with so many luxury condos, so many pools, and so many different neighborhoods throughout Washington, DC, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax County, Montgomery County, and other parts of the DC Metro region. Whether you’re interested in a grand old historic building, a brand new luxury tower, a downtown city location or a waterfront destination place, there are lots of great options at varying price points.

To learn more about luxury condos with pools in the Washington Metro area, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.


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Condos with Pools, DC Metro FAQs

Q: Are condominiums with pools common in the Washington DC Metro area?

A: Yes, they are fairly common, with larger buildings more apt to have a swimming pool. Of course, you will have to check each listing to make sure.

Q: Do condos with pools in the DC area generally cost more?

A: Not necessarily. Location, the size of the unit, number of bedrooms, interior finishes, and the number of amenities including staff, all play into the price of a condo.

Q: Do all the condo listings on this page have swimming pools?

A: We have curated the listings for this topic to feature condos with pools. However, we always urge you to check and make sure before making any decisions.

Q: Are outdoor pools more common than indoor pools?

A: The simple answer is yes. However, there are a number of luxury condominiums in the Washington Metro area with indoor pools.


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