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A regular, old in-ground pool? This is the Hamptons, people. Get the Veuve (and the black Amex) ready, because we’ve rounded up seven of the sickest places to swim on the East End.

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Douglas Elliman

Futuristic Cube Pool in Southampton South

Can’t decide between a pool, a fountain and an abstract decorative sculpture? Throw down $33 million and you’ll get three for the price of one. (A massive mansion is also included, but with a backyard like this, you’ll probably never go inside anyway.)

Gordon Grant/Pristine Pools

Lazy Lounging Pool in East Hampton

The eternal struggle: You want to go swimming, but you’re way too comfy on your lounge chair to actually get up. Problem solved--this pool has a giant lounging shelf, so you can sip your mai tai and read a book with your legs in the water. It’s multitasking at its finest.

Gordon Grant for Pristine Pools

Backyard Spa in Southampton

Why trek to a Turkish bath when you could have your own spa in the backyard? This hot tub and ice-cold plunge pool are built right next to each other, so you can jump straight from one to the other. Bye, toxins.

Douglas Elliman

Beachy Infinity Pool in Sagaponack South

This picturesque backyard oasis could be your new happy place. (You just need to come up with $17 million. But that’s a small detail, NBD.)

Sotheby's International Realty

Zen Oasis in Southampton

Drop $35 million and you could have stone dragons guarding your pool, too.

Gordon Grant

Ocean View Pool in Amagansett

This long, narrow pool is built on the second floor of this Amagansett home to take full advantage of the ocean view over the dunes. Sunset laps, anyone?

Sotheby's International Realty

Epic Indoor Pool in Southampton

Don’t let the weather ruin your weekend. Hedge your bets by living on the beach and building both indoor and outdoor pools in your $27 million mansion. It’s the best investment you’ll ever make.

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