SubdivisionOld Town - Unrecord (1.0)
Property Sub TypeResidential - Single Family
Open House on Sunday, February 28th from 11-1. Please stop by to see what all the buzz is about! ''Hill House'', built circa 1890, is a classic Dade County Pine Conch House with a charming cottage in the rear. Located in Old Town on a quiet, lightly-trafficked, parkable residential block within walking distance of top restaurants, theaters, public library, and a first-class grocery. Originally restored and lived in by one of Key West's most-respected architects, the house has been meticulously maintained, freshly painted and landscaped. Named for its location on Solares Hill, the whole property stands in the X Flood Zone above the 100-year flood. Indoor/outdoor living spaces and tropical landscaping were designed for lazing in the sun, evening cocktails, or dinner under the stars. Downstairs in the main house a master bedroom with an en suite bath faces a garden deck, a heated dipping pool, and one of the oldest Lignum Vitae trees on the island. A small room off the living room serves as a bedroom, office, or reading room. Upstairs a spacious master bedroom includes an en suite bath, a dressing alcove, built-in closets, and a balcony with sunset views over the historic neighborhood.
The custom kitchen's natural light and Dade County Pine cabinets complement top of the line appliances, including a Takagi on-demand water heater.
The charming garden cottage, with doors that open wide to bring the outside in, can be used as a bedroom, living room, or enviable home office. The cottage is enhanced by a half bath, a private outdoor shower (a Key West plus!), and a rare large laundry room with its own small deck.
In this historic hilltop home, on one of the most desirable streets in Old Town, you will know you have found Paradise.