This bayfront contemporary estate is located at 3590 Crystal View Court in Miami, FL. It is situated on half an acre of land and has spectacular views of Miami’s Biscayne Bay. The 16,678 square foot home (12,178 a/c) was built in 2010 and boasts 6 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. It is listed at $11,900,000.


Truly one of the most spectacular bayfront homes in Miami, this new, contemporary estate has water views from every room.The 12,178SF home is the ultimate setting for yachting & water enthusiasts with a custom concrete dock on Miami’s Biscayne Bay that accommodates two 60 ft. yachts, and glass-tiled infinity pool w/coral rock bar w/cascading waterfalls.

On an exclusive 19,941SF bayfront lot, in addition to 6BD/8.5BA. This residence features a soaring 2-story foyer w/sweeping staircase, onyx panels & an 8 ft. crystal chandelier. 1st floor w/handcrafted, mahogany paneled library, living & dining rooms, bayfront Great Room w/custom wet bar & Nana Wall wood-framed wall system that opens the Great Room to the terrace for a continuous indoor/outdoor space, gourmet kitchen w/mahogany cabinetry, 2granite countertop islands, commercial-style Wolf gas range, 3ovens, 2Bosch dishwashers, 2Sub-Zero refrigerators, breakfast area, custom-made wine cellar, magnificent laundry room with 2washers and 2steam-dry dryers,opulent powder room with gold leaf and Nacar Dorado on walls and fossil encrusted marble countertop, custom theater w/all-leather seats, acoustical panels, private bar, bath and seating area.

On the 2nd floor, a grand bayfront master suite has covered terrace & private sundeck, His & Hers white onyx baths w/Duravit, Hansgrohe, Kohler fixtures & Victoria Albert Napoli freestanding tub.On the same level, there are 3 more bedrooms w/private terraces & balconies, decorator-designed bathrooms w/gorgeous marbles, custom-made closets, & mini bar.Also, an impressive guest suite w/2 walk-in closets, marble bath w/free-standing tub & 2 separate sink consoles.Pass through a large 2-story breezeway to access the private balconied guest house w/a lofty foyer, gracious bedroom complete w/mini bar with Sub-Zero refrigerator and microwave, large walk-in closet and soothing Ming green bathroom, and free-standing tub.

Outside, the estate’s lush tropical gardens and natural coral stone decks and paths lead to breathtaking bay views.Entertainment areas include a 4,500 SF covered ground floor ideal for parties and a stunning coral stone bar with dramatic waterfalls, the centerpiece of the bayside infinity pool.The property is fully-walled, gated and secured by a state-of-the-art security system offering privacy and security on a quiet dead-end street. The private oasis has a 3-car garage, most technologically advanced home automation system, elevator, and 45KW generator.


  • Daniel

    Yuck. Looks like a big townhouse. The interior belongs in a different home. If contemporary is what you want, you can probably do better.

    For example: $12.9 million on La Gorce island. +/- 15K square feet. A true contemporary home that is impressive yet not at all industrial or cold. View isn’t as pretty but I’d take the location over the home above any day.

    The location overall is a little half-assed for Miami. Yes it is bayfront, but it isn’t Coral Gables, and it isn’t Miami Beach. Pick one or the other…


  • Grrrowler

    I opened up two listings in different browser tabs, one with the listing for this house and one with Daniel’s link. Looking at the pics of this house I thought: “That’s really nice for a contemporary house, and the inside and outside fit together very well.” I also thought the view and the location looked great. Then I realized I was looking at Daniel’s link.

    This house has a very average interior but it’s not contemporary. It’s just very middle of the road. The outside of this place isn’t contemporary and it’s not Spanish, although it’s trying to be both. It looks like a condominium on the outside.


    • Iemand

      “It looks like a condominium on the outside”.

      Those were the exact thoughts I had when I saw this.
      Theater looks good, only the screen has to be slightly bigger.
      The backsplash in the kitchen looks like one giant discoball though…

      It doesn’t look like 12 million to me.


  • Jose