Welcome to the Krystal House, an extraordinary beachfront masterpiece in the exclusive community of Old Fort Bay, New Providence in The Bahamas. Built in 2016 and designed by Alberto Suighi, this 20,000 sq. ft. residence flaunts Tuscan architecture with modern finishes and appliances, unparalleled ocean views and a plethora of tropical landscape. Grand double doors open to an elegant two storey foyer decorated with marble tiles, stately columns, two custom wrought-iron staircases and a hand-cut Czech crystal chandelier above, from which the home denotes it name. Luxurious furnishings and 12 foot ceilings compliment the spacious living areas. A bar and fireplace grace the living and family rooms. Opening to a circular breakfast room and the formal dining room, the impressive chef?s kitchen offers a large center island, custom cabinetry in neutral tones, granite countertops and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. Krystal House spans three levels and has 6 well-appointed bedrooms, 3 half bathrooms, two family rooms, two kitchens and a home theatre.
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