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Calvin Klein Is Selling His Beachy Miami Home for $16 Million

But seriously, how could you work from a place like this?

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We finally have a glimpse into Calvin Klein's waterfront Miami Beach home, which the designer is selling because he's over Miami Beach's "resort" vibes and is moving to LA "where people work," he tells Page 6.

After thoroughly browsing through the above images, we totally get it. How on earth could you work from a place like this, with its crisp white walls, sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, and clean, beachy decor? The Axel Vervoordt-designed pad just begs you to put on a matching linen set and stroll barefoot around its bamboo-lined exterior with an infinity pool which, after ten years, can become quite tiresome. In the case of Calvin, it was time to move to the hills.

Interested? Curbed Miami reports that the Mediterranean-inspired property, built in 1926, is being sold for $16 million, which is $20 million less than what the founder of Chicken Kitchen is selling his for on the same street, states The Real Deal. Scroll through the gallery above for some serious beach-home envy.