Located on the Southernmost tropical island in the US with average winter highs of 75 and average summer highs of 88, the Curry-Freeman House, circa 1865, is one of the oldest private residences in the Florida Keys. Custom-built by a prosperous seafaring merchant and ship-builder, the mansion was constructed by Old World craftsmen using only the finest materials available at a time when Key West flourished as one of the richest cities in the country. Since inception, the home has been a center of political and social prominence. Many family members have been and remain recognized pillars of the community, serving as elected public officials and hosts of countless political, civic and cultural affairs. the stately structure has withstood the test of time.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Key West Compass Realty.