Is it hot in here, or is it just these stunning hot tubs and saunas? With help from Estately, Curbed searched through listings in the D.C. area for abodes with the coolest, most passionate amenities. Some of the tubs and saunas below are on the more peculiar side, whether located on a rooftop or in the oldest home in Washington, D.C. Also, if a warm light is more your style when it comes to setting the mood, be sure to check out these Pinterest-worthy fireplaces.
↑ In Great Falls, VA, this mansion is on the market with luxurious amenities like a three-story foyer, home theater, and a hot tub adjacent to an outdoor swimming pool. The asking price totals $7.85 million with $42 monthly HOA dues.
↑ For $4.999 million, this Kent single-family home is offering roughly 5,000-square-feet of space, filled with highlights like a sauna. Other luxurious need-to-know details include the listing's elevator, safe room, and two-car garage.
↑ Inside the stony exterior of this Woodley Park single-family home, you will be able to find sleek, modern rooms and luxurious features like a swimming pool with a spa. This listing's $5.95 million asking price causes it to be the fifth most expensive single-family home currently on the Cleveland Park/Woodley Park area market.
↑ You have the chance to nab yourself both a sauna and Washington, D.C.'s oldest residence all in one buy. This Kalorama single-family home is known as The Lindens and first landed on the market in October 2015 for $10.5 million. Since then, it has experienced a price chop, dropping it to the current $8.75 million. For all of the historical ins and outs, be sure to read more here.
↑ If a 12-person spa isn't enough, this McLean, Virginia single-family home also offers a home cinema, mahogany library, and wine cellar. With 20,000-square-feet of space and roughly two acres of land, the asking price for this abode totals to $8.9 million.
↑ When this Kent single-family home landed on the market in November 2015 it asked $7.35 million, but two months later, that number fell by $60,000. Along with a sauna, the listing also offers a close location to Battery Kemble Park for relaxing in.
↑ Curbed previously reported on this listing in January 2016, applauding it for its party-centric qualities like its wet bar and multimedia system. Two major multi-award-winning highlights include the two-story "view room" and rooftop deck with a hot tub. This townhome is located in Georgetown and is asking $3.495 million.
↑ All the way in Vienna, Virginia, this castle of a home is up for grabs. With roughly two acres of land, the $2.15 million abode provides a good amount of outdoor space complemented by a stone patio, porch with a grilling area, swimming pool, and cascading waterfall. According to the listing, the fixtures are hand-forged and the hardwood flooring is 250 years old.
↑ New doors, windows, kitchen, bathrooms, and an HVAC system can be found in this Berkley single-family home, thanks to a renovation in 2010. With all of these new features as well as an in-ground pool and spa, this abode is asking $2.39 million.
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