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Push-button living

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From indoors, owner Lou Werbe can use a remote control to operate the pool’s special features. (Ken Hively / LAT)
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From indoors, owner Lou Werbe can use a remote control to operate the pool’s special features. (Ken Hively / LAT)
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There’s no diving board, but the backyard infinity pool boasts waterfalls, jets and special lighting. The features can be activated by remote control. (Ken Hively / LAT)
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The oven control panel in a kitchen in the SeaCrest project in Newport Coast. You can keep a meal refrigerated in the high-tech appliance until you tell it to become an oven by sending a message via phone or computer. (Christine Cotter / LAT)
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The TMIO cooking system, which is an all-in-one refrigerator and oven, is an optional feature at the SeaCrest at Upper Crystal Cove development. It can be operated remotely. (Christine Cotter / LAT)
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The master shower includes a no-faucet outlet in the ceiling. (Ken Hively / LAT)
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