The grand La Fenice sits on half an acre of San Diego land just four blocks from the beach, just in case this pool isn't enough to fulfill your swimming needs.
While it doesn't hold Venice's famous opera house, which La Fenice takes its name from, the estate does come with a private at home movie theater.
The bathrooms are adorned with mosaic tile, marble finishes, and leaded glass leaving no element of luxury out of your bath time routine.
Just a simple breakfast nook with stained glass windows, crystal lighting, and statues to hold your fruit that we're sure someone feeds you while fanning you with palms.
Yet another touch of antique charm, this lighting fixture really feels like we're stepping back in time to Old Venice. We're surprised the pool doesn't come with its own gondola.
Built on a double lot, this 10,000 square foot La Jolla, California, home has the room, and the five courtyards, to satisfy any owner's needs.
This historical landmark was built in 1902, and definitely has the whimsy of an another world. Or possibly a Tim Burton film -- we're sure Edward is just dying to get his Scissorhands on those shrubs.
These $1 million sparkling chandeliers in the formal dining hall will make for many enchanted evenings and elegant dinner parties.
The palatial spa area features a gold mosaic tile pool with a marble boarder costing a mere $500,000. Quite the pricey poolside.
Think of the heavenly sleep you'd have resting under these gilded cherubs and crystal chandeliers.
The Tuscan kitchen comes adorned with hand painted Italian tiles, black and white marble floors, and arched stained glass windows to really capture the Venetian aesthetic.
The antiques you see throughout the estate from are worth over $3 million, basically making this home an Italian museo in the South of California.
You may have heard of a California king bed, but this Venetian beauty is fit for an emperor.
The master suite of the massive six bed and 10 bath estate boasts an antique carved bed with luscious fabrics and ornate details.
The master bath actually floats above the dining room in a cloud shaped enclosure, gently lifting your cares away with each bubble bath.
The upstairs holds three bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths which continue the pure white motif found throughout the home.
The very shiny dining room table is built into the supporting post, meaning it only needs one leg to stand on.
From the dining table, you can admire the Connecticut countryside through an additional 30 window panes, totaling 95 individual windows to create this curved glass wall.
The contemporary Hemlock was built by architect Anthony Ames and rests on nine acres of Roxbury, Connecticut, hillside.
But it's undulating windows make this 3,300 square foot estate a modern marvel.
The front of the home looks like a classic Connecticut chateau with its classic white brick.
Of course Hemlock has no ordinary foyer -- as you enter this unique custom home, you are greeted with a rotunda with a glass brick ceiling.
Although it looks like a speakeasy door, the only passwords you'll need to enter Hemlock are Property Envy.
Hemlock's kitchen provides bright natural light to bounce off its clean white walls and pared down aesthetic.
The living room is a 24 foot glass cube with exactly 65 windows that amount to $1,000 per visit for a window cleaning. You know what they say -- those who live in glass houses have high window cleaning bills.
You’ll be quite comfortable relaxing in the finest of lounge seating in these Le Corbusier chairs worth $3,200 each.
This one of a kind bathroom includes this 12-foot high skylift shower that makes you feel like your washing up in the clouds.
It's possible that Keanu Reeves or Blake Lively might have cozied up in this hidden nook --both stars have filmed here.
This 13,290 square foot Los Feliz home is actually a former hunting lodge, named Artemesia after the Greek goddess of the hunt.
Silk damasks cover the ceilings of the second floor living room giving a delicate detail to this large space.
Need some tunes to rock out to as you take in this grand estate? No worries! Artemesia has the second largest residential pipe organ in the country, which plays itself.
The master bath also has a walk down sunken Roman shower -- for when a regular old stand up just isn't enough.
Oh, that's not a living room. That's just the sitting room for the master bath covered by a beautiful colored sky light. So you can sit and think before you take your Roman shower.
This unique sleeping porch has five pull down Murphy beds so you can sleep under the stars whenever your heart desires.
The home is one of the largest craftsman residences in the U.S. and has been restored over 25 years. The renovations total at least $5 million in renovations -- well, that's when the owner stopped counting costs.
This 2,000 square foot ballroom is the perfect place to celebrate after a long day of hunting.
While all the seven baths in the home have original tile, this master bath comes equipped with its own spa style lounging chair.
Just one of the seven bedrooms, this space just oozes warmth from its plush carpeting to its golden colors.
What man's man who lives in a hunting lodge wouldn't have a classic deep rouge man cave with a pool table?
Formal dining areas are perfect for hosting friendly neighborhood get-togethers --considering your neighbors are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.