6 Structurally Stylish Emerald Coast Homes

The Emerald Coast is home to some of the most extravagant and creatively designed homes in Florida. From Destin to 30A, there are incredible homes with unique design qualities that make them stand out in a crowd. Here are just six of our favorite structurally stylish Emerald Coast home!

1. Bella Luna

Bella Luna is a magnificent Mediterranean-style gulf-front home in the prestigious neighborhood of Destiny by the Sea. Its incredible two-story entryway with clerestory windows and custom paintings sets this home apart from others. Furthermore, its mesmerizing views throughout the entire house are another incredible design feature that makes Bella Luna stand out. Additionally, this gorgeous home sleeps a total of 15 guests in its four bedrooms, making it the perfect place for your entire family to stay in.

2. Casa Del Rey

Located in Seagrove Beach, Casa Del Rey is one of the most luxurious and beautiful homes on the gulf. The entire house is creatively designed and decorated, making it one of the most extravagant homes in Northwest Florida. While it has an incredible infinity pool, twelve-foot ceilings, and modern design, the stunning gulf views throughout the house make it stand out. Additionally, with a whopping total of nine bedrooms, 18 guests can sleep in the home, making it ideal for group vacations.

3. Hakuna Matata

This beautiful 30A home has amazing views and incredible design features that make it one of the most unique homes on the coast. Located directly on the Gulf of Mexico, Hakuna Matata has beach views that are hard to beat. Additionally, although the views are out-of-this-world, they’re not this home’s only selling point. In addition to the view, Hakuna Matata has a custom in-ground saltwater pool, bar area, and carriage house. Moreover, with eight bedrooms, this home also sleeps 18 guests, which makes it great for multi-family vacations.

4. Sky’s The Limit

This luxurious beachfront penthouse condo in Destin is one of the most extravagant homes in the area. Located on the tenth floor, the amazing floor to ceiling windows throughout Sky’s the Limit ensures breathtaking views. Additionally, the balconies, white walls and furniture combined with the windows give you the sense of floating in the air and even the rooms that aren’t facing the beach still have gulf views. With four bedrooms, sleeping a total of 12 guests, this is the perfect place to vacation. Furthermore, there is an awesome rooftop pool and workout center for guests to enjoy directly above the condo.

5. The White House of Holiday Isle

The White House of Holiday Isle is an incredible six-bedroom beachfront home in the heart of Destin. This unique home has been featured in architectural and interior design magazines. This stunning home has floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies allow guests to see gorgeous views of the gulf, throughout the entire house. Additionally, guests can enjoy a beautiful private in-ground pool looking over the gulf.

6. The Destin Jewel

There’s a reason this home is known as the crown jewel of the Emerald Coast. The Destin Jewel is a stunning nine-bedroom gulf-front home with a stylish and chic design. Additionally, this home can accommodate up to 34 guests, making it perfect for weddings, retreats, family reunions, or other group vacations. In addition to the incredible infinity pool with swim-up bars, this home has a 12-person hot tub, fire pit, outdoor TVs, volleyball court, and putt-putt course. Inside, this home is just as extraordinary, with stylish decor and amazing amenities like an in-home theater. Additionally, one of the coolest aspects of this home is that it’s a smart home controlled by a Control4 Whole Home Automation system.

There are so many chic and stylish Emerald Coast homes, but these are just a few of our favorites.

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