Originally slated to start construction on April 1st of this year, work ended up being delayed about a month due to a variety of factors, none of which involved our contractor. Now, roughly 20 weeks later, we are nearing completion on our Key West remodel.
As I’ve mentioned before, roughly 600 square feet of our 1,050 square foot home dates back to before 1889. This image shows our home on the Sanborn Fire Map for Old Town, Key West. This 1889 map is the oldest one for Old Town, making our home at least 127 yeas old, but in all likelihood it’s much older than that.
Considering the age of the home, it was in desperate need of some work. After 20 weeks of construction and improvements, our Key West house is ready to last another 127 years.
Below are a few more before & after photos of our construction project – some you may have seen, but most are new.
After 20 weeks up construction, we’re finally getting ready to call this home. We are so pleased that we can share our home with you during the year. We’ve already welcomed several vacation renters to our home in Key West, and we’ve got a few more on the calendar for 2017. For those of you who are planning on staying in our vacation home in 2017 and beyond…welcome to Key West!