This Home Has A Secret Hiding Underground,After Seeing It, You’ll Be Totally Jealous Of

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This seafront home in the resort island of Sentosa has a show-stopping swimming pool area that costs more than $2 million to build and holds 66,000 gallons of saltwater! But its ultimate wow factor lies underneath.

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Australian banker Stephen Fisher, who has been living here for almost 15 years now, is proud of his breathtaking, envy-inducing home in Singapore. But really, who wouldn’t be?

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Dubbed as the Fish House, Stephen’s 5,800-sq. ft. home (7,800-sq. ft. lot) is located in Sentosa Cove, the first and only oceanfront residence in Singapore and one of the world’s most prestigious integrated marina residential communities.

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The Fish House is a design masterpiece by award-winning firm Guz Architects. According to Guz Architects, “This environmentally friendly seafront house embraces Singapore’s tropical climate by creating an open, breezy space, giving residents views from every room to the ocean as well as into the garden with its large swimming pool.”

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Stephen also took advantage of the beautiful scenery and opted for floor-to-ceiling windows. In one of his interviews, he mentioned that he loves watching the boats in the sea. With glass windows that seemed to stretch like forever, Stephen and his family are able to do this and more.

This type of window also invites a steady supply of natural light to flow freely into the space. With the many benefits of sunlight—uplifting moods and lowering electricity bills, among them—the decision to install glass-to-ceiling windows was both efficient and effective.

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