Built in 1863, this one of a kind historic Key West, Florida home sits right in the heart of Old Town and “is steeped in a rich and mysterious history” according to the Zillow listing.
This 5-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom house has kept much of its old-world charm and mystique with most of the original architecture intact – including a secret hatch door that allows you to look in on people in the parlor.
Beyond the old-world charm and unique pirate-theme, this house also boasts one of the deepest pools in all of Key West. At 13-14 feet deep, this expansive back yard pool is a swimmer’s dream come true!
Sitting on two-tenths of an acre and covering more than 3300 square feet, this home is truly a mixture of historic features and modern amenities.
The kitchen was designed by Earnhardt himself to resemble a pirate ship and include yet another part of Key West’s unique history.
This lot also has a guest house on the opposite side from the main house and is already planned and set to be turned into a two-bedroom, one bath cottage.
Check out all the unique photos below and let us know if you’d live in this $3.7 million historic home!