About Key West Real Estate
Because Key West values and protects its history, available Key West real estate includes a healthy number of older homes and even restored Victorian era structures. Buyers can find Key West real estate to suit almost any architectural taste and period preference, including styles unique to Key West real estate, like the "eyebrow" style of home with a steep sloped roofline designed for shade and rain runoff.
One Key West real estate broker's current listings included properties from the late 1800s and early 1900s, mingled with 1950s homes and residences just built.
Prices for Key West real estate range as widely as the housing styles offered: homes from under $200,000 to several million; condos starting around $125,000 and luxury units priced at $1,000,000. The historic Old Town area is home to some of the most expensive Key West real estate.
For those who prefer new construction and dream of ocean views, there is Seaside, a communitybuilt on the last oceanfront land available for Key West real estate development. The gated development offers luxury town homes with amenities that include designer swimming pools, a clubhouse, walking trails, private garages for each residence and guest parking. The largest of the two and three-bedroom homes feature over 2,300 square feet of interior space and large decks.
Key West real estate also offers a variety of leasing options for houses, apartments and condos. Over 40% of the owners at Key West by by the Sea, one of Key West's first condos, rent their apartments part of each year.