Located in Miami's Coconut Grove area is a three-structure home where instead of walking from room to room, you can swim.
Named Woodsong, this 1968 modernist home was built by architect Alfred Browning Parker for himself and consists of three pavilions connected by a 90-foot lap pool.
The four bedroom, five bathroom home covers 3,100 square feet in an 18,000 square-foot palm garden. There's a lot going on, so here are the floor plans.
Both the dining room and living room pavilions have bedrooms and bathrooms on the upper levels.
The master bedroom (in its own pavilion, natch) features a glass wall and skylight that's open to the den, bathroom, and walk-in closet below.
The property also features a lagoon, waterfall, and sauna.
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