One of the Grande Dames of Key West, this two-story family home, known locally as the Amparo Avila House at 625 Eaton, combines the exceptional details of historic preservation with the modern amenities today’s lifestyle demands.
Built in the late 1800s and a recipient of the Historic Preservation Award, this treasure offers the essence of what we love about Old Town Key West-history: romance, luxury and location!
The home has three bedrooms and three baths, including the upstairs master with its expansive en-suite of Carrara marble and claw foot tub. Each bedroom opens to the double-story porches that are perfect for an evening of conversation with friends and people watching.
The flooring is original pine, perfectly cared for, and there is Dade County pine throughout the home. The main floor living area leads to a private patio and in-ground dip pool surrounded by mature landscaping. The high-end kitchen and massive, walk-in pantry and utility room open to the patio for superb entertaining.
Located two blocks from the historic seaport and two blocks to Duval Street, this beauty unites history and luxury. The home’s impressive lineage includes former owner Stephen Avila, a nationally known artist whose Casa Avila Gallery was located on the first floor of the home until 1969.
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