A home is not simply a place to sleep at night. A home is a place where you, your family, and your guests always feel comfortable, relaxed, and safe. In other words, a home is a place where you can really live. Welcome to your home in Crystal Cove!
Crystal Cove is a visionary development of six private family homes on Crystal Harbor. Each home is 4,937 square feet and has been designed to provide luxurious comfort and sophisticated style for those who love the land and the sea. Superior attention has been given to the exterior and interior of each villa, ensuring that you feel at home whether you are gathered with your family indoors or entertaining friends outdoors.
Upon approaching your new home, the most striking feature is the modern design. These two-story homes pay homage to the architecture and glamour of South Beach, displaying strong, clean lines and functional use of glass, concrete, and steel. As you move indoors, you will experience the openness and simplicity of the modern style, which invites the natural light into every room. The floor plan is flexible, accommodating three or four bedrooms, and with the option of an elevator. The Italian-themed kitchen includes the highest quality European appliances.
But Crystal Cove is designed to expand your living space into the
outdoors. Each home has a roof terrace that features an infinity pool and stunning views of North Sound. The terrace also has a hot tub and a 500 square-foot entertainment cabana to provide comfort even during the hottest of Caribbean summers.
Should you desire to be a little closer to the sea, your boat and
private dock are in your backyard. The six separate dwellings each have a private boat slip and deck area, able to accommodate 54-foot vessels.
So whether your love the land or the sea, or enjoy spending your time indoors or outdoors, you will find just what you need in Crystal Cove. Your new home awaits.
The developer reserves the right to substitute materials and products of equal or higher quality. Changes may be incorporated as the design develops or as may be required by Cayman Islands Planning board as part of the ongoing permitting process.