This charming conch home is uniquely located on a corner property across the street from The Studios of Key West, in the heart of the Old Town historic district. The Studios of Key West is the epicenter of Key West's cultural scene offering a dynamic mix of special event, community workshops, performing arts, exhibitions and more.
Originally built in 1933, this home was lovingly remodeled by its former owner, a local renowned architect within the last five years.
The first floor boasts an open floor plan consisting of a spacious living room, dining room, family room and modern kitchen with state-of-the-art Jenn Air appliances and granite counter tops. A modern bathroom complete with soaking tub, rain shower, and faux sky ceiling finishes off the first floor.
The entire downstairs has been redecorated with bright and cheerful Key West inspired colors. Artwork from local Key West artists adorns the walls.
The dining room opens onto a secluded patio that is shaded by a beautiful silver palmetto palm tree and other lush Florida foliage.
The large and shaded front porch overlooks a grassy playground where you will be sure to see a family of Key West chickens and roosters each morning.
The second floor consists of three bright and airy bedrooms complemented by a spacious new bathroom featuring a grand walk-in Italian tile shower and faux sky ceiling.
Bedding consists of one king size, one queen size, and two twin beds.
Nearby neighborhood restaurants include Cafe Sole, Azur, Michael's, Mangia Mangia, and Island House.
Pet companions are welcome. Due to licensing requirements, this peaceful retreat only rents for 30 days or longer.
Your hosts, a personal trainer and an IT executive from Pennsylvania, occasionally occupy the attached one bedroom cottage.
Parking in Key West is very limited. This property has no assigned
parking and is street parking only. You are responsible for finding parking for your vehicle.