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Check Out 3 Of The City's Most Luxurious Private Pools

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There are spectacular communal pools in new developments these days, but nothing says luxury like a private watering hole for private plunges. New York Magazine rounds up the city's best. They range from a giantess with underwater lights and a view of the Hudson in the Aldyn, currently asking $15.9M (photos here), to a 17-foot-long oasis in the Flatiron District, pictured above, owned by start-up and real estate investor Doug Levin. It comes with a $40,000/month rental on 17th Street and boasts a motorized current that allows swimmers to do laps in place.

In Tribeca, this rooftop watering hole with a view is lined with volcanic stone and designed by noted architect Winka Dubbeldam.

Craving one of your own now? The "Upper East Side's best townhouse pool" is still on the market, having been PriceChopped from its original ask of $33 million last spring to $30 million to recently. 45 West 74th Street has both an idyllic, spa-like basement lair "clad in Bisazza Mosaico glass tile finishing with a waterwall illuminated by skylight" as well as a rooftop Jacuzzi. It'll be an embarrassment of aquatic riches for whoever buys it, that's for sure.

· A Pool of One's Own [New York Magazine]
· Bonkers Roman And Williams Duplex With Pool Asks $16M [Curbed]
· Upper East Side's Best Townhouse Pool Now Just $30 Million [Curbed]
· Diving Into 12 New Developments' Spectacular Swimming Pools [Curbed]