Though the island of Key West is a tiny five square miles, each of its 10 primary neighborhoods displays its own individual charm. From the classic Conch cottages and soaring Victorians of Old Town to the mid-century modern homes and Mediterranean mansions in the Casa Marina District, Key West real estate offers exceptional choices for home buyers. And because growth and new development is limited in Key West, homes of all styles are in demand.
Key West’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods include Old Town, The Meadows, Bahama Village and the Casa Marina District.
Truman Annex, once the home of military personnel, is just blocks from Old Town. Old Town itself — at least for locals — includes Old Town South of Truman and Old Town North of Truman. There’s also Midtown — East and West — and New Town, where you’ll find larger lots, canals and what many would describe as luxurious “traditional Florida” construction.
Just across the harbor from Mallory Square is Sunset Key, a much newer, exclusive enclave of homes accessible only by a quick shuttle boat ride from the dock. With their eclectic personalities, each neighborhood offers easy access to the best of Key West — from dining and theater to water sports and amazing sunsets.
And, if you can’t find that perfect home in Key West, Brenda Donnelly and her team will take you “up the Keys,” where you’ll find new builds and classic Florida, canal-side homes with direct access to the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico.