Old Town Key West Real Estate

As soon as you step foot on Key West, you’ll feel at home. But the deeper into Old Town you go, the less you’ll want to leave. Ernest Hemingway was ‘passing through’ in 1928 and stayed for over ten years, taking inspiration for some of his most notable works. Key West’s Historic Old Town was also home to Tennessee Williams, who stayed even longer. The character of Old Town is tangible… a cultural hub of the Keys and beyond, within walking distance you can visit Hemingway’s Spanish Colonial villa, now National Historic Landmark, Truman’s Little White House, The Key West Lighthouse, Custom House Museum or even take in a movie at the charming Art Deco Tropic cinema. For a relaxing day at the beach, Fort Zachary Taylor State Park is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing, and taking in the sunset. Duval Street is a hub of activity, with everything you need at your doorstep.  Old Town Key West Real Estate is worth adding to your list of options for your new home.

For every Key West resident, each has their own unique experience: Old Town is at once a quiet, tranquil neighborhood; the perfect locus for fine dining; an animated party hub, or a cultural haven for poets, musicians and artisans… it is what you make it. But the unwavering quality of Old Town Key West is its unique atmosphere, conducive to lazy, balmy days, and beautiful Conch and traditional Victorian architecture nestling among banyan trees and sub-tropical foliage. Images of Old Town Real Estate can neither truly convey the electric atmosphere of the place, nor the combined aroma of honeysuckle and orchids that permeate Key West air. You have to come to Key West in order to see… and sense for yourself. Welcome to the paradise that is Old Town Key West, where laid back island life happily co-exists with the excitement of city sensibilities.