Furnished Studio Apartment in Old Town - Beautiful second floor studio for two on the second floor of the historic Sailmaker's House. - Incredible location in Historic Old Town!
This property is located 1.5 blocks from the Historic Seaport and 4.5 blocks from Duval Street.
The open floor plan maximizes the space in this airy tree top studio.
Comfortable Queen size bed will inspire sweet dreams and the large built in closets will easily store your belongings.
Enjoy a glass of wine and a novel in the leather club chair. The flat screen TV and cable will ensure that you won't miss any of your favorite programs in paradise. The multi position double chaise is perfect for lounging while reading or snuggling while watching tv.
You will be living the Key West life to its fullest in this breezy studio with two balconies to choose from. Enjoy the sweet tropical breezes on your private second floor balcony. Sunbathe or dine al fresco on the larger shared side balcony.
The bathroom features a tub / shower combination, a pedestal sink and vanity cabinets.
Laundry facilities are conveniently located in the downstairs brick courtyard.
Local restaurants in walking distance include Harpoon Harry's, Pepe's, Turtle Kraals, Half Shell Raw Bar, Prime Steakhouse, Michael's Restaurant, Bo's Fishwagon, Cuban Coffee Queen and Help Yourself Organic Cafe.
Walk a little over one block and you are at the Historic Seaport where the Schooner Hindu and the Yankee Freedom are anchored. Stroll the boardwalk and enjoy the sunset or marvel at the yachts and sailboats.
Become a regular at the incredible pool during the day at Dante's!
The sailmaker, Samuel J. Albury, made and repairedSails during the late 1800s to the early 1900s from his home and workshop located at 327 Margaret Street.
His home was one of the original homes of Key West.
Built by ship builders from Cypress and Dade County Pine. It is of Classic
Revival Form boasting of a fresh water well and close proximity to the harbor.
The waterfront at that time reached almost to Margaret St. and James street. On that beach the new or repaired sails where often stretched and laid to dry.
Shrimp boats and turtle crawls were plentiful.
Under the loving care of its present steward, The Sailmaker's House is a charming home today as it was then.
No Pets Allowed