|413 Virginia St.|
|415 Virginia St - now razed|
I found the aerial photo of Key West that was taken in the 1930s. I added an arrow to point out 413 Virginia Street. It's nice to see that so many of our old houses have survived the wrecking ball and remain an important part of our lives and commerce today.
The photo below shows 421Virginia Street before it was renovated. The second photo shows the property during construction. And the last photo shows the completed house with new pool and landscaped driveway.
"Location, location, location! Shotgun style conch house with YARD SPACE in prime 'Old Town' Key West spot. X Flood Zone. This residence beckons to be returned to its splendor of the 'Roaring Twenties' and the prohibition era. Lot affords room to expand and build a pool. It even boasts an out house! Historical District locale is walking distance from everything. Half a block off Duval St and five blocks to Southernmost Point. The parcel is surrounded by Spanish lime, mango, avocado & banana trees. Make this Old Town spot your Island Oasis."CLICK HERE to view the Key West Association of Realtors mls datasheet on this property which is offered at $575,000. Then please contact me, Gary Thomas, 305-766-2642 to schedule a showing of this interest property which might very well be converted into a nice vacation rental with pool, parking, and a convenient location near Duval Street and the attractions at the southern end of Key West. I am a buyers agent and a full time Realtor at Preferred Properties Key West.