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3 homes around Winston-Salem to beat the heat

These three homes offer the perfect escape for those who love to entertain.

WStoday: pool in a backyard home in Buena Vista neighborhood in Winston-Salem

The luxurious home at 2720 Forest Dr. is perfect for those who love to entertain their guests during the summer.

Photo by @lrbrealestate via Instagram

Feeling the heat this summer? How about a taking a splash in your backyard. With high temperatures on the horizon, we’ve listed three homes that could make your summer cooler with on-site pools.

2720 Forest Dr., Winston-Salem

  • $1,289,000
  • 6 beds, 4.5 baths, 0.75 acres
  • Buena Vista neighborhood

This colonial home features a walk-in closet and an upper shaded terrace for those who prefer to stay out of the water. The single-family home offers plenty of storage space and a perfect balance for a walk and play environment.

WStoday: front view of colonial-style home in Buena Vista

This home on Forest Drive could be yours.

Photo by @lrbrealestate via Instagram

4062 Ivy Bluff Trail, Winston-Salem

  • $560,000
  • 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 0.29 acres
  • West View

Enjoy the serenity of the nature from the sunroom, perfect for relaxing or entertaining. The home also features a fenced backyard for privacy with a three-car garage. Homeowners will have access to the community pool.

WStoday: Upper sunroom at residential property in West View

This screened-in porch is perfect for relaxing.

Photo courtesy of @sellingwinstonsalem

531 Doub Rd., Lewisville

  • $1,875,000
  • 4 beds, 3.5 baths, 9.91 acres
  • Marrin Community

Serene views of nature welcome guests and residents as they drive along the gated estate. This home offers a peaceful retreat, perfect for outdoor lovers and those craving tranquility. There’s even a lake beyond the fenced property. Talk about a double dip!

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