Historic Conch Cottage
on Ocean Front Property
Near Key West

2 Bedrooms 1 Bath 
Oceanfront Pool

Historic "Conch Cottages"
Newly Renovated
Now available to rent!


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Phone:  305-745-1990

Vacation Rental Description

Stay in one of our adorable historic Conch Cottages 
located on a beautifully landscaped oceanfront property. Each cottage 
has two private bedrooms with queen-size beds and a twin day bed in 
the living room.  Full kitchens, living rooms, and front porches 
(some with ocean views), complete these charming Conch Cottages that 
have been completely renovated and updated this year for your every 
comfort and convenience.  A boat launch, oceanfront swimming pool, 
and deep water concrete dock is on the property beautifully 
landscaped with lush tropical gardens.  

And we’re just 15 miles from shopping and sight-seeing in Key West. 
Vacation Rental Amenities
Shared in-ground pool
Shared Boat Dock and Launch
Satellite TV 
Bedrooms beautifully furnished with Queen size beds
Day bed in the living room
Central Air and Ceiling fans in each room
Fully equipped modern kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, ice maker, 
Linens, dishes provided
Bike, Kayak Rentals and Off Shore Sport Fishing, Snorkeling, and 
Sight-seeing Charters available
Activities and Attractions
A memorable vacation of a lifetime is right here for you in sunny 
Florida!  Minutes by boat to the best diving and snorkeling in North 
America! Great sport fishing, boating, sailing, and windsurfing 
takes place right from our dock! Sightseeing and shopping in Key West 
is just 15 miles away!  Whether bicycling or swimming, you'll 
be in awe of the lush tropical gardens and exotic wildlife that 
surrounds you.  Relax by our oceanfront pool, golf, or take a tour 
of the pristine wildlife preserve in the backcountry!  It's a 
national treasure!  And Bahia Honda - the best beach in the Keys(and 
many think the world) is just minutes away!  After another memorable 
day in paradise, let the tropical ocean breeze caress you as you sip 
an afternoon tea or other beverage in our shaded lounge. It's all 
within a few minutes of your quiet and comfortable accommodations.
Vacation Rental Rates
Weekly:     $1500-$1800   Season
            $1200-$1500   Off Season 
Monthly:    $2800-$4000
Note: All monthly vacation rentals will be charged utilities and 
cleaning fees in addition to rent.
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Come and fish in the waters of the Florida Keys & Key West where fishing legends were born. Ernest Hemingway fished the waters of the Florida Straights between Cuba and Key West for giant blue marlin. Zane Grey applied his angling and writing skills to the in shore and backcountry of the Florida Keys, landing sailfish and giant tarpon. Just a few of the 225 species of gamefish that prowl the crystal, clear waters of the Florida Keys.
But you don't have to be a legend or a writer to enjoy the thrill of big game fishing year round in the Keys, just bring your boat on down or charter one of ours. Charter boats and guides are available to introduce you to one or more of our natives that bit. Deep sea fishing experienced captains are waiting to take you into the Gulfstream just minutes away from the dock where you can test your angling skills against the sailfish and marlin.
Backcountry guides have staked out the flats where tarpon and bonefish await the anglers preferring to use light spin or fly tackle or perhaps a party boat that offers a day or night fishing trip to the pristine coral reefs for snapper or grouper.
Remember you don't have to be a legend or a writer to enjoy big game fishing in the Florida Keys, but you may run the risk of becoming a legend in your own time.


When you enter Key West, you come to a fork in the road. If you turn to the left, you will very quickly discover the beaches along the south side of the island. If you fly in, this will be the road you take when exiting the Key West International Airport. You would be mistaken in thinking that Smathers Beach is the only one on Key West. If you keep following the road, always keeping to the left, you will also come upon several others in the Old Town area ... Rest Beach, Higgs Beach, Broken Glass Beach, Dog Beach and South Beach. The White Street Pier is the location of the city's AIDS Memorial. In this area you will also discover West Martello Tower, a pre-Civil War era fort, purchased and partially refurbished by the Key West Garden Club and a favorite site for weddings. Another beach worth a visit is at Fort Zachary Taylor, an 87-acre state park with another pre-Civil War brick fort.
If when you enter the city you make a right turn, you will discover the newer area of town. Here you will find some hotels, restaurants, malls, and a movie theatre. As you follow North Roosevelt Boulevard, you will pass by Garrison Bight and Charterboat Row, where Key West's charter fishing boats dock. Even if you don't charter a trip, a visit to Amberjack Pier, at the end of the day when the fleet comes in, is well worth your while.
As you cross over Eisenhower Drive, North Roosevelt Boulevard becomes Truman Avenue and you have entered Old Town Key West, the island's historic district, one hundred blocks of old wooden houses. The most fantastic of these were built in the 1800s, when the island's wealthiest citizens were making huge fortunes from wrecking, sponging, and cigar manufacturing. Key West is recognized as a model city of historic preservation, and these homes are lavish with elegant details and elaborate gingerbread trim.
Some of these beautiful buildings are still residences, but many have been converted into Bed and Breakfast establishments and inns, and even restaurants. Many of the homes of celebrities, both local and international, are now museums and are open to the public. Fifteen acres of Old Town comprise the 150-year-old City Cemetery. Located at Margaret and Angela Streets, it is the final resting place for many of Key West's most famous and infamous characters, and is well worth a visit.
Duval Street, the city's main thoroughfare, is jokingly called the longest street in the world. It begins at the Gulf of Mexico and ends at the Atlantic Ocean. Here you will find many interesting places to spend your time, and money, as it is chock full of restaurants, shops, art galleries, and bars, many featuring live music during day and evening hours.
Mallory Square, on the harbor at the end of Duval Street, is host to the daily Sunset Celebration. Hosts of vendors selling handmade items, as well as performers, gather each day to sell their wares or entertain the tourists.
About two blocks to the east of the lower end of Duval Street, at Key West Bight, you will find the Historic Seaport. Key West's old waterfront area holds several fine restaurants, shops, and watering holes. It is also the staging area for several water related activities like reef excursions, sunset cruises, and the ferries to historical Fort Jefferson. There is also plenty of marina dockage for both sail and powerboats.