John Vitello from Brown Harris Stevens says in the rental listing for Shou Sugi Ban House that all of the exclusive rooms, called guest studios, have their very own soaking bathtubs, gas fireplaces, garden patios, and private entrances so you can come and go as you please.
Shousugibanhouse.com; pictured above is a view into one of the gardens
Every room also has radiant heated floors.
The spa comes with a solarium roof deck, an infrared sauna, an ice fountain, five treatment rooms, a regular sauna, a watsu swimming pool, a steam room, and hydrotherapy plunge pools located outdoors.
Shousugibanhouse.com; pictured above is the pool
Speaking of outdoors, the entire property has gardens inspired by Japanse landscaping, along with grasses, fountains, and various trees.
Shousugibanhouse.com; pictured above is another view from one of the guest rooms
There is also an in-house culinary team ready to make whatever it is you want to eat, including Mads Refslund, a Michelin-starred chef.
Shou Sugi Ban House certainly sounds like the complete retreat if you can pony up the $450,000 for a month of living there!
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