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Calvin Klein finally sells historic Miami Beach home for $13M

The original ask was $16 million

Calvin Klein’s former home in Miami Beach, showing a standout bay view
Calvin Klein’s former home in Miami Beach
Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Notorious fashion designer Calvin Klein finally found a buyer for his waterfront Miami Beach sanctuary, which just sold for $13.15 million.

The historic 1920s home is located on North Bay Road and initially listed nearly two years ago asking $16 million before being reduced by $1 million in the fall.

Highlighted by 113 feet of unobstructed water frontage along Biscayne Bay, the 5,800-square-foot residence includes yacht dockage, five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, and a long infinity pool enclosed by bamboo trees on both sides. Furnishings and antiques were designed by Axel Vervoordt.

“This home epitomizes privacy and the best of elegant, modern waterfront living,” said Jay Parker, CEO of Douglas Elliman Florida. “The craftsmanship, location and design make it a truly one of a kind home with the best of Miami Beach lifestyle.”

In the summer of 2015, Klein spent a whopping $25 million on a bonkers contemporary mansion on the Bird Streets of the Hollywood Hills.

Take the full tour of his former Miami pad here.