14 Amazing Water Homes

From a waterpark-worthy pool to a luxury houseboat, check out some of our favorite finds from HGTV's Amazing Water Homes .

St. Croix

Mango Hill Greathouse brings a classic touch to this Caribbean island with its plantation-style architecture. Nestled on top of a hill, the home's multiple windows offer stunning views of the ocean.

St. Croix

St. Croix

Green Cay, Virgin Islands

Located in the Virgin Islands, this house features incredible architecture in the shape of an arrow, boasting stunning views from every angle. The swimming pool is at the tip of the arrow pointing toward a beautiful ocean view.

Green Cay, Virgin Islands

Charlevoix, Michigan

With more than 10,000 square feet of living space, this home connects to a boathouse that opens up to a beautiful view of Michigan's Round Lake. The two-story boathouse is equipped with a motor pulley system to pull the boats in and out of a large workroom, where they can be polished, repaired and detailed.

Charlevoix, Michigan

Houston, Texas

This Texas home is the most majestic among a neighborhood of water homes built around a man-made lake. Waterfalls, swim-up bars and a 26-person hot tub are just a few features that make this house a true tropical paradise.

Houston, Texas

Queensland, Australia

A beautiful cascading pool overlooks a view of the canal at this modern home – known as The Tropical House – in Noosaville, Queensland.

Queensland, Australia

Fennell Houseboat

A unique design by Robert Oshatz, this houseboat features a curved design that certainly stands out. A floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door allows a spacious feeling indoors as well as a passageway to enjoy beautiful outdoor scenery.

Fennell Houseboat

Westerville, Ohio

Not only does this home have a beautiful indoor pool with poolside bar, but it also has its own lake! For lakeside fun, the home features its own private water park with multiple water slides, a diving platform and lakeside volleyball court.

Westerville, Ohio

Westerville, Ohio

Covina, California

Holding more than 80,000 gallons of water, the Forgette family's fantasy pool features a lazy river, jacuzzi, multiple waterfalls and water-shooting cannons that will make any guest feel like they are escaping to their own private island.

Covina, California

Covina, California

S.S. Yankee Boathouse

Expanding city living space, the S.S. Yankee is an ideal place for luxury living in a crowded city. It was originally a ferry boat transporting immigrants to Ellis Island, providing true historic charm. Now, it is home to multiple chickens, four boat boys, and serves as two artists' blank canvas.

S.S. Yankee Boathouse

S.S. Yankee Boathouse

The Stein Way Houseboat

With more than 2,300 square feet of living space, this houseboat is larger than many homes. It features an intercom to connect the upper and lower decks, an electric fireplace in the master bedroom and spa area on the upper deck.

The Stein Way Houseboat

Point Judith Pond, Rhode Island

Nestled among the trees, this waterfront house is located on its own private island, Jonathan Island. While it may be a 15 minute boat ride to the mainland, close proximity to the water makes catching dinner off the pier a frequent activity. Sixteen solar panels provide all the necessary power for the home, while a vegetable garden provides ideal sustainable living.

Point Judith Pond, Rhode Island

Whitefish, Montana

This architecturally beautiful log home features large bay windows for a view of Whitefish Lake, located just past a small pond.

Whitefish, Montana

Dominican Republic

Casa Kimball is a luxurious island getaway available for any renter's ideal vacation spot. Perched on a cliff boasting gorgeous ocean views, Casa Kimball also serves as a venue for many weddings and parties, and currently serves as a home for many rescue dogs in the area. The pool features a sunning deck, floating dock and infinity edge to take full advantage of the incredible view.

Dominican Republic

Miami, Florida

Five acres of water surround this nearly 20,000-square-foot house, creating a moat. Chateau Artisan was modeled after 17th-century French chateaus using Old World architecture. The home features two gazebos, a Koi fish pond, swimming pool and unique driveway features designed to slow down visitors as they approach the home to optimize their viewing experience.

Miami, Florida