Casa Fryzer overlooks the ocean with stunning vistas from nearly every corner of the 8,200-square-foot estate, but its 2,000-square-foot infinity pool will have guests skipping the Sea of Cortez in favor of lounging in the over-the-top oasis. Created to be the standout element of the Los Cabos estate, the pool features a swim-up bar; an advanced lighting system; an adjacent infinity-edge hot tub that seats 10; three swim-up dining tables; and underwater speakers. A stone bridge connects the home’s terrace to a circular lounge of daybeds that seem to float in the middle. On one side of the pool, a wooden palapa—perfect for alfresco dining—features a large table and a built-in fire pit. To the other side of the pool, guests can gather in separate lounges with a fire pit to watch outdoor movies; a hydraulically controlled television disappears and reappears in an adjacent stone wall.
Built in 2008, the actual two-story home, touted as the most expensive in Mexico, is equally impressive. Comprising six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the Spanish hacienda features Venetian plaster throughout the interiors, a gourmet kitchen custom made in Germany, and statuary specially commissioned for the home. The 2,000-square-foot master suite (the same size as the expansive pool) features an indoor-outdoor living room that opens onto a private terrace with a Jacuzzi; a headboard made of LED-lit onyx; a wet bar; and a master bathroom with a steam shower and a Jacuzzi tub. On the other side of the home, a slightly smaller master wing mirrors many of the same amenities. The home also features a gym, a private screening room (the only space in the house that does not offer an ocean view), and a game room that looks into the bottom of the swimming pool.