Calvin Klein Finally Puts His Mansion on the Market for $16 Million
by Sep Niakan | June 12, 2015
Calvin Klein, renowned fashion designer, is selling his North Bay Road mansion for $16 million.
After much debate on wanting to sell his 4452 North Bay Road home, Klein decided to give it a listing price. He said that he was not going to sell it to “just anyone.”
He said, “It may sound crazy, but I wouldn’t sell it to just anyone. It would break my heart. I hate to use the word ‘unique,’ but I have never seen another house like it… I want to sell it to someone who appreciates the aesthetic.”
Klein mentioned that he was going to sell his Miami home and move to Holiday Hills in California.
Klein’s mansion was built back in 1929, and it includes a two-car garage, and a “private waterfront sanctuary” with a dock and infinity pool overlooking the bay. The living space indoor and outdoor total to about 8,000 square-feet, with an almost 17,000 square-foot plot of land. Axel Vervoordt, a designer, hand picked the furnishings and antiues of the mansion.
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