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Take Your Mind Off the Cold with These 10 Homes With Great Indoor Pools

Take Your Mind Off the Cold with These 10 Homes With Great Indoor Pools
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Can you think of a better way to defy the low Canadian temperatures than by shimmying down to your own indoor pool and posting about it for your friends to see on their frozen iPhone screens?

The properties below were selected from each Canadian province and feature some really great indoor pools; plus, not all of them are luxury homes. Their price ranges between well over $5,000,000 CAD and under $1,000,000 CAD which might suggest that indoor swimming pools are no longer as much of a luxury staple as they were deemed a few decades ago.

With winter in full swing, sit back, relax, and start concocting plans to get the funds necessary for the acquisition of one of these properties.

1. British Columbia:  838 Pyrford Rd #2A, West Vancouver

838 Pyrford Rd #2A, West Vancouver, British Columbia


This three-level mansion even has a ‘designed by’ tag, which we’re being told is a huge thing. The property is the creation of architect James Cheng and is currently listed for 5.6 million CAD.

The seven-bedroom, eight-bath property was constructed in 1995 and offers its owner, most staples of contemporary luxury such as a media room, office, sauna, indoor pool and separate nanny living quarters.

2. Ontario: 22 Ebycrest Road, Woolwich

22 Ebycrest Road, Woolwich, Ontario

Ok we started off really big, but we’re taking it down a notch, if you call a $2,999,000 CAD asking price taking it down a notch. The main home offers four bedrooms and a host of features such as frontage on the Grand River, hardwood flooring, formal principal rooms with cedar wainscoting for a more traditional, rustic appeal, as well as an indoor pool, which granted isn’t as rustic, but it is awesome.

The home comes with a sprawling 26.4-acre estate, as well as a guest house with two additional bedrooms, loft and open concept family room and eat-in kitchen.

3. Alberta:  75 Estate Wy, Rural Sturgeon County

75 Estate Wy, Rural Sturgeon County, Alberta

Dubbed as an “executive mansion”, this property is in close proximity to the Saint Albert Golf Course and Sturgeon Valley. It offers full size concrete tennis courts with lighting fixtures, seven-car garage, an additional garage for quads and seadoos. Completing the overall drug lord aesthetic, the main house totaling 5,797 square feet is joined by a 2,167 square-foot pool house with an 801 square-foot swimming pool.

4. Quebec: 5, Chemin de la Baie, Lac-Beauport

5, Chemin de la Baie, Lac-Beauport, QC

Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s Realty

It’s becoming difficult to find unique features worth discussing at these propert… wait, boat house! This one has a boat house.

Available for the first time in over half a decade, this estate is listed for $2,888,000 CAD and offers an indoor pool, bay windows, and a underground garage that can accommodate six cars.

5. Newfoundland and Labrador: 16 Regent Street, St. John’s

16 Regent Street, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Located in the vicinity of Victoria Lake, this 11,000 square foot home offers prospective buyers six bedrooms and six bathrooms, as well as a number of great features such as a foyer, office and an indoor pool.

The property also features a custom built, climate-controlled wine cellar located in the above-ground basement. This level also features an exercise room, a game room and one of the six bedrooms with an ensuite. This home is listed for $2,349,000 CAD.

6. Nova Scotia: 3223 Highway 376, Pictou

3223 Highway 376, Pictou, Nova Scotia

This luxury home in Nova Scotia is currently listed for $1,750,000 CAD. The ample 50-acre lot features ponds, custom stone walls, top lamps and vegetation.

The home offers 7,800 square feet of space featuring an indoor pool with a hot tub, fireplaces and custom stairway. The home also features a two-level parking garage because you obviously own enough cars to need one.

7. Saskatchewan: 1710 14th Street E, Saskatoon

1710 14th Street E, Saskatoon


This 6,649 square foot home is the result of an extensive remodeling process, its second level being the direct result of that undertaking. Listed for $1.7 million CAD, the 6,400 square-foot home hides a 1,500 square-foot master bedroom suite with a natural gas fireplace and large ensuite with steam shower, heated towel warmers, large whirlpool tub facing a 2nd natural gas fireplace, coffee area with a bar fridge.

8. New Brunswick: 6 Brandywood, Moncton

6 Brandywood, Moncton, New Brunswick 

This 5,283-square-foot five-bedroom six-bathroom home is listed for a reasonable price, when put into context. Asking $1.1 million CAD, this property features a private backyard, and we can’t possibly forget about the heated indoor pool and a triple car garage.

9. Manitoba: 135 Countryside Way, Winnipeg

135 Countryside Way, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winding down now, and as the price drops below $1 million CAD, the number of features apart from the indoor pool is also going down. Just kidding! This 5,267 square-foot home features a three season sunroom and more than 1,200 square feet of deck overlooking a 50ft pond with a waterfall feature.

The property is energy efficient with geothermal heating/cooling. The 2,000 square-foot indoor pool features a mechanical cover system that turns the pool area into an entertainment space or sports area.

10. Prince Edward Island: 7910 Cavendish Rd, North Rustico

7910 Cavendish Rd, North Rustico, Prince Edward

Listed for a pedestrian $649,900 CAD, the Graham Inn features a great indoor swimming pool, and is the only B&B in the Maritimes. The property is located one half-hour away from both Charlottetown and Summerside, while also being in the proximity of the island’s beaches. The property could provide a great home based business opportunity, if you enjoy having strange people in your house all the time.

Oh, you’re more of an outdoorsy person? Not a problem! Take a look at our list of 10 stunning properties in Canada’s top ski resorts!

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