5 Gorgeous Bathrooms With Jaw-Dropping Views

By Jessica Chia for DETAILS.

A glimpse of the most extravagant bathrooms on the market.


(photo: Stribling)

Location: Midtown condo in New York City
Price: $21,250,000
Size: 5,242 square feet
Key selling points: Views of the East River are a pretty unbeatable backdrop for the roomy en suite master bath's polished white Nanoglass walls, radiant-heat floors, walnut vanity with white Nanoglass top, custom bathtub, and glass-enclosed shower with rain forest, side mount, and hand-held shower heads.


(photo: Douglas Elliman)

Location: New contemporary construction in Miami Beach, Florida
Price: $2,250,000
Size: 5,000 square feet
Key selling points: The bad news: This Bay Drive home is a fixer-upper--you'll have to oversee the completion of the modern home from the base foundation. The good news: Every finish and fixture that goes into the home (and its ocean-overlooking bathroom) will meet your stringent standards.

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(photo: Hilton & Hyland)

Location: Trousdale contemporary in Beverly Hills
Price: $9,998,000
Size: 6,350 square feet
Key selling points: This home's indoor-outdoor living setup actually lives up to its claim: The pool, the shower, and the tub are all within steps of each other, thanks to large sliding glass doors that one-up windows any day.


(photo: Sotheby's)

Location: Modern ski resort home in Park City, Utah
Price: $3,950,000
Size: 8,032 square feet
Key selling points: Your morning shave comes complete with a sneak peek of the ski slopes and the sixth and seventh holes. Take your pick.


(photo: Teles)

Location: Brand-new bespoke estate in Laguna Beach, California
Price: $12,500,000
Size: 3,400 square feet
Key selling points: So maybe it's a little over the top to sleep, eat, and bathe with virtually unrestricted views of the ocean--but what's the point of buying a chic seaside home if you don't?

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