Experience the Charm of The Saltbox - 3 Bedrooms, Amazing Amenities, Perfect for 6 Guests

The Saltbox
The Saltbox
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Experience the Charm of The Saltbox - 3 Bedrooms, Amazing Amenities, Perfect for 6 Guests

Escape to The Saltbox, a stunning vacation rental in Key West, FL. Unwind in this 3-bedroom retreat, complete with excellent amenities and room for 6 guests. Your perfect getaway awaits!

Vacation Home in Key West Florida

710 Ashe Street Front
How Many Bedrooms? 3 Bedrooms • Sleeps 6
How Many Bathrooms? 2 Full Bathrooms
Internet: Internet Access
Television: Television
Washer/Dryer: Yes
Map of Key West

Rates & Availability  
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  • Rates From $200 to $500 per night
  • Rates From $1,400 to $3,500 per week
  • Rates From $6,000 to $15,000 per month
  • Minimum Stay: 30 Days

Rates from $200 per night
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Reservations and Guest Services at Historic Hideaways

In Business Since 1997

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Property #169582
The Saltbox

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Availability Details

Season Nightly Weekly Monthly
Feb 01, 2024 - Feb 29, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$500 $3,500 $14,834
Mar 01, 2024 - Mar 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$334 $2,338 $10,020
Apr 01, 2024 - Apr 30, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$317 $2,219 $9,510
May 01, 2024 - May 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$300 $2,100 $9,000
Jun 01, 2024 - Jun 30, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$233 $1,631 $6,990
Jul 01, 2024 - Jul 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$233 $1,631 $6,990
Aug 01, 2024 - Aug 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$200 $1,400 $6,000
Sep 01, 2024 - Sep 30, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$200 $1,400 $6,000
Oct 01, 2024 - Oct 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$300 $2,100 $9,000
Nov 01, 2024 - Nov 30, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$267 $1,869 $8,010
Dec 01, 2024 - Dec 31, 2024
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$300 $2,100 $9,000
Jan 01, 2025 - Jan 30, 2025
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$466 $3,262 $13,980
Jan 31, 2025 - Mar 01, 2025
Minimum Stay: 30 Days
$500 $3,500 $15,000

Property Description


Historically, The Saltbox is an architectural form as well as a traditional symbol of hospitality. It is also the title of this perfect vacation residence with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a private deck, a heated cowboy pool (hot tub size) and more. Its amenities perfectly embellish the spirit of this ever-so-hospitable tropical island. Plus, The Saltbox is located a block from the White Street Corridor and the Truman Corridor with shops, galleries, Faustos Food Palace, the best cupcake place in town, etc. The Historical Seaport and the infamous Duval Street are close at hand by foot or bike. In other words, this is an ideal location in a fashionable, quiet neighborhood but within easy reach of all the fun you came here to enjoy.

The house, nestled on a narrow tree-lined residential street, is what’s known as Saltbox architecture or as an “eyebrow” house. You can’t help but notice the gable-roofed extension that creates a large awning over the second-floor windows to provide natural shade and cooling. The spacious front porch runs the whole width of the house and is a perfect place for sitting in cushioned chairs to drink coffee or cocktails. From here you can watch while bicyclists, dog walkers, joggers, and neighbors drift by. Plenty of green foliage fronts the house and sets an appropriate tone of lushness and privacy.

Entering The Saltbox through the front door immediately gives you a view of traditional Dade County Pine walls and floors so coveted by people who appreciate rare wood. To the right, a door opens to the first of the three bedrooms and bath. To the left is a living room perfect for socializing or quiet contemplation. Ahead of you is a hall, staircase up, kitchen, dining area, and outside patio oasis.

The first-floor bedroom has a comfortable queen bed where you can rest from all your sightseeing, eating, and shopping. The wallpaper in the room, like all the wallpaper in the house, is designed by Key West artists; this one features small-scale figures of chickens, sailboats, palm trees, and bicycles. A ceiling fan with light adds to the ambience as do the multiple windows and nubby area rug. A door opens to the full bath where a vanity with drawers stands ready to hold your toiletries. The shower and floor are tiled in ocean blue. A second door leads into the hall so that this bath serves not only the bedroom but as the first-floor bathroom with people entering from the hall.

Directly across the hall is the social room, with multiple windows filling the room with soft ambient light. The furniture is a deep cushioned couch and matching armchairs. A coffee table stands ready to hold glasses, a game board, cards, or anything else you might want as you vacation. Of course, there’s AC, wireless high-speed internet, and cable.

Back in the hall are the stairs to the second floor. There, you’ll find two nicely appointed bedrooms with a full bath that opens through two doors, one into each room. One has a queen bed and the other a king. Both have multiple windows, overhead lights, and area rugs. The lie-down test proves that both offer a good nap place and a good night’s sleep.

Downstairs is the kitchen with high end Café appliances ready for any cooking you anticipate. Maybe you had a fabulous meal out in one of Key West’s myriad fabulous restaurants the night before which you want to re-enjoy. You can warm the leftovers in the microwave, on the stovetop, or in the regular/convection ovens. Maybe instead you’ll decide to prepare something from scratch. Or a fifth option might be to grill some local-caught fish on the patio BBQ. So many choices. Plenty of cupboards above and below allow you to easily put kitchen accouterments out of sight after you have used them. For clean up just stack the dishes in the dishwasher and flip the switch. Across the room from the cooking area is a delightful eating nook and nearby a laundry closet featuring a state-of-the-art washer/dryer. Above is a fan with light and spots that add not only twinkly light but a fun, contemporary feel.

From here, glass slider doors open onto the outside oasis featuring a wooden deck, wooden privacy fencing, a dining area, and a BBQ grill. The heated cowboy water feature offers you the opportunity to unwind under a star-filled Key West sky.

Once you’ve fully explored The Saltbox residence, you can begin to explore what the rest of Key West has to offer: beaches, tours, museums, shopping, bars, and restaurants, many with open-air seating, some right on the water. If you’re interested in watersports, all kinds await you: diving, fishing, parasailing, snorkeling, and jet skiing to name a few.

Check out the Historic Seaport and Harbor Walk. Follow the wooden boardwalk along the Gulf of Mexico to find tall ships offering cruises. Or take an all-day ferry excursion to the Dry Tortugas. If you get hungry, a dozen or so restaurants of varying levels of informality ring the harbor. Don’t miss the Raw Bar, the Boathouse, and Schooner Wharf, where you can eat a fresh Mahi sandwich or Conch Fritters under a banyan tree. Or walk on down to find equally as enticing food spots and watering holes. Be sure to look up to see second-story restaurants like Bel Mar and A&B Lobster. With nearly four hundred eating establishments and forty-three bars on the four-square-mile island, there’s no excuse to go hungry or thirsty.

The internationally famous Duval Street is also lined with restaurants and bars, shopping, art galleries, tours, and much more. For even more restaurants, the Atlantic Ocean side of the island has Louies Back Yard, Sun-Sun at the Casa Marina, and Salute on the Beach, which is the sister restaurant to the famous Blue Heaven restaurant.

Don’t miss visiting the Butterfly & Nature Conservatory, Hemingway’s House, the Light House Museum, and the Little White House. Maybe have your picture taken at the Southernmost Point or with a shark at the Aquarium. Be sure to set a reminder on your phone so you don’t miss the nightly sunset celebration at Mallory Square, where visitors and locals alike gather to applaud as the sun slips below the horizon. If you’re into art, the island offers live music, movies, plays, art galleries, lectures, artists in residence, and more. Or stop in at Books & Books to catch a glimpse of the author Judy Blume stocking the shelves.

If this is your first trip to the Conch Republic, a guidebook from Books & Books on Eaton Street or a stop at the Chamber of Commerce Information Center on Greene Street will help make sure you don’t miss anything. Info on the current music scene, movies, plays, gallery openings, and charitable events can be found at milezerokeywest.com (calendar section).

Featured Amenities

» Internet Access
» Grill
» Television
» Washer/Dryer
» Dishwasher

Property Features

» Ceiling Fan(s)
» Microwave

Other Property Amenities

    Bed Size 1st/Master: King, Bed Size 2nd Rm: Queen, Bed Size 3rd Rm: Queen, Number of Baths: 2 Full, Square Footage, Est.: 1,300, Spa: Cowboy - Heated, Patio: Yes, Air Conditioned: Split Units, Beach Distance: Biking