Aaron J. Rosen on HGTV’s Million Dollar Rooms featuring $10M Dollar Indoor Pool Room
Recently Featured on HGTV’s “Million Dollar Rooms”, come take a peek at this $10 Million Dollar Indoor Pool on 5 Acres in Mercer Island, WA!
The home was handcrafted over 16 years by a team of fine woodworking artists & craftsman. It utilizes rare & exotic woods from S. Africa, the Congo, and Costa Rica, which no longer can be imported to the US and are therefore considered priceless. The property is privately situated on 5 acres and has organic orchards, an outdoor pond, & gardens throughout the entire estate. The home features hand-split old growth cedar siding, 3 Master Bedrooms with En-Suites, a library, a wooden spiral staircase handcrafted on site, and a 2nd floor ‘tree house’ room that overlooks a huge Chestnut tree that was planted in 1903.
As you walk into the tropical ‘climate controlled’ pool room, you’ll feel as though you’re on vacation at your very own and private 5 star resort. This tropical paradise took 5 years to build and features a non-chlorinated pool, waterfall, hidden grotto, swim jets, tropical plants and fruit such as bananas & lemons, and a hot tub that can be accessed via an antique Japanese footbridge or a stream that connects to the swimming pool. There is also a full kitchen with bar, 6 person sauna, lounge or massage area, walk-in shower large enough for 4 people, and a truss system that utilizes the traditional Japanese roof structure called Shinkuza. These trusses were handcrafted on site out of solid Bubinga, which is an extremely rare wood from S. Africa. The roof has deckin in Afromosia, another priceless wood that comes from the Congo, and the exterior of the roof is finished in solid copper.