Bath as Sanctuary: Dream Baths

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In our fast-paced world, the bath space is often one of the last refuges of true relaxation. It is a haven where worries melt away and daily stress dissolves.

In the most exclusive luxury homes, baths are envisioned as true sanctuary spaces for indulgence and self-care. What defines a bath sanctuary is up to the homeowner. Is it natural light beaming inside, or special mood lighting? A luxury shower outfitted with hydrotherapy? A double vanity that allows for a clutter-free space? Or, a soaking tub artfully placed near a window for optimum view-gazing? According to the Best of the Best guide and the insights collected from Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialists, it's all of the above.

These exceptional properties for sale through the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury program celebrate the bath-as-sanctuary principle in near-perfect form.

9300 Overseas Highway
Marathon, FL 33050

The Caribbean conjures images of serenity itself: turquoise waters lapping at shores, swaying palm trees, vibrant coral reefs. It's a place where the very essence of relaxation permeates the air, inviting you to slow down, disconnect, and reconnect with yourself and the natural world. You can see this very concept celebrated in the primary bathroom of this Florida Keys custom dream residence, a recent Home of the Week. Taking design cues from British West Indies architecture, a traditional clawfoot tub set against an imported Italian tile and coral wall practically calls you to soak in the tranquility of paradise.

Listed by Lisa Wiebe, Coldwell Banker Realty Schmitt Real Estate Co.

230 Haniu St
Lahaina, HI 96761

Luxurious side-by-side showers and an extra deep soaking tub might seem like the only elements needed to create a relaxing bath retreat in most destinations. But when you're in a dream vacation locale like Hawaii, the term 'sanctuary' takes on new meaning. This Polynesian-inspired oceanfront paradise, nestled on 8.5 sprawling acres in Maui's Launiupoko neighborhood, brings these two luxury bath must-haves and seemingly connects them to nature. Wall-to-wall natural stone, a calming neutral color palette, and—perhaps, the ultimate indulgence—a view of lush tropical greenery (with Kaho'olawe, Lana'i, and Moloka'i islands in the backdrop), give the entire primary bath space a calming quality. What more could one want in the ultimate Hawaiian escape?

Listed by Karen Browne and Tim Carter of Coldwell Banker Island Properties

5310 N Bay Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33140

This modern primary bath makes the most of its prime Miami waterfront location in the best way possible: a sleek freestanding tub set next to a glass wall that opens to the elements for a completely indoor/outdoor feel. Warm serenity is further achieved via a soothing mocha cream limestone color palette. Between the organic-inspired design palette, fresh air and water views, nature never felt so near.

1741 Correa Way
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Warm neutrals are having a moment in interior design, and the primary bath in this masterpiece new build hovering above L.A.'s Brentwood embraces this trend to calming perfection. A modern freestanding tub has been positioned next to a sliding glass door leading to a private balcony for the ultimate indoor/outdoor feel. Even better, you can enjoy fresh air and an ocean view while having a soak. The spa-like ambiance continues with a large glass-enclosed shower adorned with not one, but two, rain showerheads. A long floating vanity with dual sinks spans an entire wall, providing plenty of room for two, no matter which way you look.

Listed by Derrick Smith of Coldwell Banker Realty, Beverly Hills

45 E 22nd Street, Unit 57th Floor
New York, New York 10010

If you're in the camp that believes an over-the-top view can serve as a focal point in a modern bath retreat, then allow us to introduce you to this stunner of a primary bath. Hovering 57 stories above 22nd Street in Manhattan's Madison Square Park Tower, this breathtaking space makes the best use of its elevated position with a strategically placed freestanding soaking tub in front of floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing you to take in Manhattan's most iconic landmarks. Add an enclosed private commode, double vanity, heated floors and a luxe Waterworks shower, and your picture of a sanctuary in the city should be complete.

Listed by June Gottlieb, Steven Gottlieb and Emily Becker of Coldwell Banker Warburg

96 Martinique Avenue
Tampa, FL. 33606

This modern coastal gated estate in Tampa Bay takes the "space is the new luxury" concept to its logical conclusion in the spa-inspired primary bath. A prominent soaking tub takes full advantage of the home's mesmerizing 110 feet of prime bay frontage, offering a front-row seat to tranquil water views. Meanwhile, a voluminous full glass shower with dual showerheads and steam introduces a wellness element into the already serene space. Two separate water closets and an adjoining cappuccino bar and beverage center help take it to five-star.

Listed by Jennifer Zales of Coldwell Banker Realty

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