Sunday, May 24, 2015

Key West Views 2

More pictures, taken at random around town, including this dilapidated large house on Eaton Street posted for sale for several million dollars on a large lot (by Key West urban standards) and now sold apparently and ready for renovation.

A towel tossed at random:
Louvered windows and outward facing Bahama shutters, so called:
No Parking (unless you know the owner). Don't do as locals do, they know more than you. Universal rule.


Trobairitz said...

I couldn't imagine spending millions on a house, especially if it was dilapidated.

Conchscooter said...

A colleague of mine is moving in to a $300,000 manufactured home on stilts on Stock Island and got a deal because she knew the seller. Another colleague can't find a home in Key West in livable condition for $400,000. Thats the reality of gentrification