Search This Blog

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Raise High the Roofbeam Carpenters

Just listed at 330 Julia Street is a wonderful historic building In the Heart of Old Town, just one block from Duval Street. It was originally built in 1900 as the Old Keystone Church. This unique building has been meticulously renovated and converted into mixed residential and commercial space. There are four units including one huge commercial space & three apartments (one 2bd/1ba, one 1 or 2bd/1ba & a studio). Open cathedral ceilings, original wood beams, antique stained glass windows, hardwood & tile floors, reception area & conference room. A rare opportunity to purchase this exquisite, historical building. The building is 4809 square feet on a 3999 square foot lot. It is offered at $2,400,000 or $499 per square foot.

This building is also just a short walk to the Monroe County Courthouse. Since it has 4 off street parking spaces, it would make excellent law offices or other business offices.

CLICK HERE to checkout all of the photos of this one of a kind building in Key West. There are not a lot of opportunities like this.

No comments:


The information on this site is for discussion purposes only. Under no circumstances does this information constitute a recommendation to buy or sell securities, assets, real estate, or otherwise. Information has not been verified, is not guaranteed, and is subject to change.


Free Counter

Key West

Key West
You could be here!

Blog Archive

Gary Thomas in a Nutshell

My photo
Key West, Florida, United States
I first read about Key West in a magazine called "After Dark" sometime in the mid 1970's. But it wasn't until March 1984 that I made my first visit to the island that would become my home. I had two weeks for a vacation and reserved a room at Colours Guesthouse (now Marrero's Guest House) for one week. I thought that if I didn't like Key West, I could always go back to Miami or Ft. Lauderdale for the rest of my trip. But after a couple of days in Key West, that was no longer a consideration. But when I wanted to extend my stay for the extra week I found there was no room at the inn. The guesthouse owner did find me a room at LaTeDa, the infamous guesthouse/restaurant. That's a story I'll write another day. But those two weeks in Key West gave me the realization that I had found Paradise. Key West has been my home since 1993 and my only regret is that it took me so long to get here. I am a full time Realtor at Preferred Properties CRI. Let me help you find your new home or business in Paradise. Living in Paradise is not a slogan, it's a way of life.