Flamingo Beach is a beautiful two bedroom, one bath, ground floor condominium located within the prestigious gated community of‘The Truman Annex’ in Key West’s ‘Old Town’ area. This home has a large deck area which is accessed by a set of French Doors and comes complete with a wicker table and chairs for comfortable outside living, including afternoon shade, that makes Key West so desirable. This is a great place for morning coffee, a leisurely afternoon visit with friends or a place to wind down the day.
This home has just been completely remodeled with all new furniture and also includes TV’s, a radio, CD player, washer/dryer, pots & pans, towels & linens, central air conditioning, and ‘private’ off street parking, pool access. The master bedroom is outfitted with a queen bed with the guest bedroom enjoys two single beds. This condo also has a sofa for lounging (sorry, not sleeper) .
Dining and entertainment is accomplished with a quick, two-block walk to Duval Street or you may choose to enjoy the Key West Sunset Celebration every night at Mallory Square, which is a short 5-block walk. Sun bathing is available either in the Associations private pool or you may visit beautiful Fort Zachary Park beach, only 400 yards away. While this home has a completely furnished kitchen, it is a widely accepted practice in Key West to avoid its use during your stay and dine out
This home has everything needed to give you the entire Key West Experience at an affordable price.
Review #1458416 Flamingo Beach Heaven!
Flamingo Beach is a beautiful condo and we loved everything about it! Truman Annex is the perfect spot to stay as it is right in the middle of EVERYTHING in Key West! We especially enjoyed the lovely patio which was spacious, private, and comfortable. The bed was very comfortable and the kitchen had all the necessities. We would DEFINATELY stay there again and we loved Mr. Al, who sent us a plethora of information which really helped us find our way around as well as hot spots and good eats. Best vacation EVER!!!
My wife Carol and I are retired and live in Ann Arbor Michigan during the Summer and Key West during the Winter.
I was visiting a friend who's parents married during WWII in Key West. It only took one visit and the second day of that visit to know that Key West was a special place and where I wanted to spend time
Everything is within walking distance. You get great exercise without even feeling like it. A stroll down Duval is 1 mile each way, a walk to the Historic Waterfront and strolling back can be a couple miles, walk 4 blocks to Kelly's on the way to Mallory Square for Happy Hour. The list goes on and on. I take a car but I bet I do not put 50 miles on it the entire winter unless I am going to No Name Pub on Big Pine Key.
Located in the Truman Annex in Old Town Key West