If you don't want to go that route, at least get it on your local MLS service so all the real estate agents kind find it. Get it online to Craigslist.com, Trulia, Zillow, and all the other free websites you can find. Take some pictures and get them attached to the ads. Think about investing in a virtual tour. Normally a decent Realtor will do this for you for free. Hold an Open House at least once if you want to go it alone, demand more if you list with an agent. Make sure you tell everyone your house is for sale. Everyone.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you need anything and I will do my best to help!
I just listed and sold my own personal home with a pool in Richmond. Have great pictures when it was open. Have a break down of all the expenses/repairs/opening & closing it costs...buyers think they're extremely expensive to maintain. Offer to leave all the related accesories even the pool furniture. List with an agent who has sold homes w/pools or has a pool because they know how to sell the benefits. Market to sellers who have a pool...they may want your house. Write out a description of what you do to maintain it...how you've enjoyed it etc. Make sure in the months it's closed, the cover is clean.
Vaughan and Company, Inc.