LONDON – If you’re afraid of heights, you may not want to go for a swim in this pool in London.
The one-of-a-kind pool is suspended 115 feet in the air, and is the largest free-standing acrylic pool in the world.
Yes, it’s clear and you can see through the bottom of it!
The pool was actually engineered and built in the United States, by a company in Grand Junction, Colo.
People, who live in the two apartment buildings at either end of the pool, can enjoy their 82-foot-long community swimming pool during the summer months.
But sky-high swimming comes with a sky-high price. Two-bedroom units start at $1.4 million.