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Today's homebuyers are on the hunt for more than just an amazing kitchen with chef-grade appliances, open floor plan, or that unique neighborhood where they can put down roots -- they are also looking for the swimming pool of their wildest dreams. These amazing pools can include waterfall grottos, rockslides, swim-up bars, fountains, and spas. Buyers aren't just looking for a new place to call home, they're hunting for the backyard of their dreams to not just compliment their home but to make it the main focal point of entertainment.

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A family is thrilled to exchange the Chicago cold and snow for Las Vegas' desert heat; she wants a Tuscan-style house and resort-style pool, while he wants a totally modern home with clean lines and a pool to match.
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An Arizona family hunts for a forever house in Gilbert, an up-and-coming town near Phoenix; they enlist her real estate agent sister's help as they search for a resort-style, tricked-out pool with fun kid features.
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Expecting their first child, a young couple seeks to move into a house with a big yard and pool; they want a resort-style pool with waterfalls, natural rock features and a spa, and they hope to find it before the baby arrives.
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A large family relocates from Utah to San Antonio, Texas, for a job; they only have a short amount of time to find a home that pleases everyone, and it must have a Texas-sized pool with a water feature and a spa.
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A Texas couple searches for a five-bedroom home with swimming pool, wet deck, shaded entertainment space and more in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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