$1,450,000 - Sold
This private haven is one of Key West’s most unique properties. Hidden behind tall concrete walls that create an intown oasis, the property includes beautiful landscaping, a large heated pool, off-street parking and a one story home at the rear of the large parcel. The property has a storied past having been horse stables and later owned by Rene d’Harnoncourt the son of an Austrian Count who became an early director of MOMA. He and his wife built the house in 1964. Centered in the middle of the home is the open concept living/dining and spacious kitchen. The bedrooms and baths are ensuite and located at opposite ends. The interior has original black and white terrazzo floors and opens from each room through French doors to a large covered porch with space for outdoor dining and living. The interior garden walls create different garden spaces such as the grotto, horse trough fountain entry and several sunnier sitting areas. A great spot to relax and enjoy the Key West lifestyle.
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