Key West is the southernmost point in the continental United States. It's about 4 miles long, 2 miles wide and is 120 miles southwest of the mainland. The Key West residential real estate market includes Key West, neighboring Stock Island, Key Haven, Boca Chica Key, East Rockland Key, Big Coppitt Key, Geiger Key, and Shark Key ending at MM 10.
It's the only city in the Lower 48 states to have never had a frost. The average year-round temperature is 83 degrees ranging from 75 degrees in January to 89 in August. That being said, the last time the temperature reached as much as 100 was in 1880.
As of 2012, Key West's population is 24,649 people. We offer top of the line Realtors® in Key West, Florida if you want to join the population and need help! Key West was incorporated in 1828 and has an elected City Commission form of government.
Old Town is the name given to the historic district of the island. It is basically the western half of the island, with the exception of the Historic Seaport district. It is also where the central business district and the majority of tourist attractions are located.
Old town offers shops and art galleries from one end of the spectrum to the other. The exceptional diversity in restaurants reflect the numerous countries of origins of the residents as well as contemporary trends in cuisine. Bars and nightclubs serve up a variety of entertainment from the Hog's Breath Saloon, Sloppy Joe's and Green Parrot to Aqua and La Te Da. Old Town also has excellent theater companies with the Waterfront Playhouse, Red Barn Theatre and Fringe Theater.
New Town is located on the eastern side of the island, and roughly defined as the part of the island that is east of 1st Street and north of Flagler Avenue. It's estimated that just under 9,000 people reside in New Town.
Midtown is located in the geographical center of the island, and is roughly bounded by North Roosevelt Boulevard (U.S. Route 1), Leon Street, Atlantic Avenue and 1st Street.
Casa Marina is a beautiful neighborhood bounded by United, Vernon and White Streets, Atlantic Boulevard and Steven Avenue. It is named for Henry Flagler's hotel of the same name in the area.
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