Sure, there are some great restaurants, museums, parks and other attractions to visit in Boston, but sometimes you just want to enjoy life closer to home. For some area residents, that means relaxing poolside. Luckily there plenty of desirable residential buildings to choose from in the Boston area with fantastic pools.
If you want to cool off at the Sepia in the Ink Block development, all you need to do is head to the property’s roof terrace. That’s where you’ll find the swimming pool and sundeck. There’s even a nearby grassy area that’s perfect for playing lawn games
Prepare for more fantastic views from the sky deck high atop The Kensington. The sixth floor is where you’ll find a heated swimming pool and patio, plus space for a TV, fireplace and grilling area.
Hundreds of feet high above the city, look right out at the skyline from Pierce Boston. Along with a swimming pool, the property also features a hot tub and stylish lounge chairs.
Some of the best views come courtesy of life at The Eddy. The building offers some amazing skyline and harbor views from East Boston.
Heading to the South End, it’s easy to relax away your troubles at Troy Boston. The building also offers a cabana deck with couches and views overlooking, what else but a nearby killer whale mural.
The next pool is indoors, but Millennium Tower’s swimming pool is anything but ordinary. The pool area features 20-foot high ceilings and it’s surrounded on nearly every side by glass.
One of the newest properties to consider is Echelon Seaport. It offers two outdoor swimming pools and another indoor pool. One of the pools is appropriately named “The Grand Pool” while the other offers a backlit waterfall and in-pool lounge chairs.