Circa 1863, the Freeman-Curry House, rich in provenance, is being sold for the second time in 155 years. Recently featured in Coastal Living Magazine, this Victorian mansion is the perfect example of old world craftsmanship meets Key West charm. Proudly sitting on an enormous lot, the historic home has impressive public spaces, including a grand ballroom, elegant millwork, vibrant colors, high ceilings, with three bedrooms and three baths. Two-story porches, along with an attached rear pavilion make for inspiring, gracious and comfortable living. Circa 1959, the three-unit Carriage House (4 bedrooms 3 baths) is perfect for staff, guests or tenants, also has a private museum in a 2-bay garage. Don't miss this truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a historic and significant Key West classic.