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12 Apartments for rent in Key West, FL

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The Quarry
10 Betty Rose Drive
Key West, FL
1 Bedroom
$2,057
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,467
1010 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,842
1334 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:42 AM
Welcome to The Quarry, a residential community in Key West, FL featuring one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Spacious layouts welcome you home, along with exceptional service and an ideal location close to shopping, dining and entertainment.
1 Unit Available
1030 sandys Way
1030 Sandys Way
Key West, FL
4 Bedrooms
$10,000
2643 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:32 AM
Minimun one month stay, discount for longer leases. Large home in private community with pool, oasis in the middle of Key West.
1 Unit Available
2513 Staples
2513 Staples Avenue
Key West, FL
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
740 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
Available 10/28/20 Beautifully restored mid century duplex w/yard - Property Id: 375413 Fully furnished, 2 bedroom 1 bath house, tastfully renovated and true to period mid century.
1 Unit Available
1 Nassau Lane
1 Nassau Lane
Key West, FL
1 Bedroom
$2,250
486 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
1 Nassau Lane - Property Id: 293310 Recently Renovated! Charmingly quaint and cozy 1BR/1BA Key West Cottage stands tasteful & modest on rare & quiet lane located just off of Fleming Street & conveniently close to the Historic Seaport & many more
1 Unit Available
1304 Angela Street
1304 Angela Street
Key West, FL
2 Bedrooms
$3,125
1080 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
Partially furnished 2 bed/2 bath private home in the Meadows - Located in the quiet neighborhood of the Meadows, this 2 bedroom / 2 bath partially furnished home is ready for your move in. Classic two story home with upper and lower balconies.
1 Unit Available
622 United St
622 United Street
Key West, FL
2 Bedrooms
$4,500
1100 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
Beautiful home in old town - Beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bath house in old town. off street parking, 2 outdoor spaces, huge island with gas stove. This house is one block from Duval and 2 from the southernmost. Long term lease only. minimum of 6 months.
1 Unit Available
1405 Grinnell Street Rear Upstairs
1405 Grinnell Street
Key West, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,750
456 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
One Bedroom, One Bathroom in Casa Marina District - This newly updated 1/1 apartment in the Casa Marina District in Old Town Key West is the perfect location for access to everything Key West has to offer. One off street parking space.
1 Unit Available
1009 Southard St, Upstairs
1009 Southard Street
Key West, FL
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
1440 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:05 PM
Old Town 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Upstairs - This 3 bedroom 2 bathroom unit is located in the heart of downtown. This unit is located upstairs with a private entry on the left of the house.
1 Unit Available
1121 Southard St
1121 Southard Street
Key West, FL
2 Bedrooms
$4,250
1080 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
1121 Southard St Available 05/19/20 Beautifully furnished 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath home with a private pool in Old Town - This beautiful 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath fully furnished home with a private pool is located in the heart of Old Town.
1 Unit Available
906-2 Truman Ave
906 Truman Ave
Key West, FL
2 Bedrooms
$2,825
Last updated April 1 at 05:56 AM
906-2 Truman Ave Available 04/10/20 2 Bedroom 2 bath Partially Furnished Home in Old Town with Shared Pool - This great first floor 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment is located in Old Town, close to everything Key West has to offer.
1 Unit Available
6 Kingfisher
6 Kingfisher Lane
Key West, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,525
1240 sqft
Last updated April 1 at 05:55 AM
6 Kingfisher Available 04/16/20 6 MONTH Rental - Picture Perfect 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home At Key West Golf Club - Available now through mid-October. This lovely 3 bedroom 2.5 bath single-family home is located in the Key West Golf Club Community.
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1 Unit Available
444 B Drive
444 Avenue B
Big Coppitt Key, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,450
600 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
Available 06/01/20 Spacious Studio in Key West - Property Id: 278438 Large, Renovated spotless unfurnished studio with a spacious bathroom, mirrored closet, private entrance, and ample parking in a quiet, beautiful neighborhood near the hospital.
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Apartment Rentals in Key West start at $1,750/month.
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City Guide

Key West
Key West, FL

There are quite a few tricks to renting happily on this island, so read on to find the best place for your happy new home.

Key West is a whole world of weird. The list of music, festivals, parades, clubs, parties, and ocean-lovin' fun could have you reading on for days. So, we'll just cover the basics and let you figure it all out the hard way (trust me, it's much more fun that way). This little island city is a tropical paradise with year-round perfect weather, some amazing fishing, diving, sailing, and beach bumming, as well as a nightlife that never sleeps, or even cares if it's night for that matter. There is no hustle and bustle in Key West. It's a slow-rolling tourist town where driving, biking, or even walking too fast could end in disaster.

The next little tidbit you should know about living in Key West is that you can't count on T.V. or A/C to pass the days. Many property rentals don't come with either, and many people don't care. It's never too hot or too cold, and there's really never a day so boring that you would resort to the soulless slosh of television.

One last piece of advice before we jump into apartment specifics: choose your neighborhood carefully. If you love the resort life, then look for the neighborhoods dominated by luxury hotels, condos, and apartments. If you'd rather live among the locals, then look in the old town neighborhoods such as Bahama Village. Or, if you want to see just how weird this island gets, then find your way to Duval Street.

There are a couple of things to consider when choosing your new home. If you want a hotel-style rental, then there are plenty of luxury apartments and condos to fit this description. If things like resort style pools, spas, saunas, tennis courts, club houses, boat slips, and high rise balconies looking down on the city and the sea are important, then be prepared to spend. There are also tons of roommate-wanted ads in local classifieds, which could land you in an amazing house, a luxury condo, or an ocean-front property with a dock, boat, and pool for an incredibly affordable price. No matter what or where you rent, your property will be surrounded by lush tropical landscapes and fun-loving people.

So, that's Key West 101. Best of luck, and don't forget to have fun!

-By Katy Comal

Key West, FL
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There are quite a few tricks to renting happily on this island, so read on to find the best place for your happy new home.

Key West is a whole world of weird. The list of music, festivals, parades, clubs, parties, and ocean-lovin' fun could have you reading on for days. So, we'll just cover the basics and let you figure it all out the hard way (trust me, it's much more fun that way). This little island city is a tropical paradise with year-round perfect weather, some amazing fishing, diving, sailing, and beach bumming, as well as a nightlife that never sleeps, or even cares if it's night for that matter. There is no hustle and bustle in Key West. It's a slow-rolling tourist town where driving, biking, or even walking too fast could end in disaster.

The next little tidbit you should know about living in Key West is that you can't count on T.V. or A/C to pass the days. Many property rentals don't come with either, and many people don't care. It's never too hot or too cold, and there's really never a day so boring that you would resort to the soulless slosh of television.

One last piece of advice before we jump into apartment specifics: choose your neighborhood carefully. If you love the resort life, then look for the neighborhoods dominated by luxury hotels, condos, and apartments. If you'd rather live among the locals, then look in the old town neighborhoods such as Bahama Village. Or, if you want to see just how weird this island gets, then find your way to Duval Street.

There are a couple of things to consider when choosing your new home. If you want a hotel-style rental, then there are plenty of luxury apartments and condos to fit this description. If things like resort style pools, spas, saunas, tennis courts, club houses, boat slips, and high rise balconies looking down on the city and the sea are important, then be prepared to spend. There are also tons of roommate-wanted ads in local classifieds, which could land you in an amazing house, a luxury condo, or an ocean-front property with a dock, boat, and pool for an incredibly affordable price. No matter what or where you rent, your property will be surrounded by lush tropical landscapes and fun-loving people.

So, that's Key West 101. Best of luck, and don't forget to have fun!

-By Katy Comal

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City Guide

Key West
Key West, FL

There are quite a few tricks to renting happily on this island, so read on to find the best place for your happy new home.

Key West is a whole world of weird. The list of music, festivals, parades, clubs, parties, and ocean-lovin' fun could have you reading on for days. So, we'll just cover the basics and let you figure it all out the hard way (trust me, it's much more fun that way). This little island city is a tropical paradise with year-round perfect weather, some amazing fishing, diving, sailing, and beach bumming, as well as a nightlife that never sleeps, or even cares if it's night for that matter. There is no hustle and bustle in Key West. It's a slow-rolling tourist town where driving, biking, or even walking too fast could end in disaster.

The next little tidbit you should know about living in Key West is that you can't count on T.V. or A/C to pass the days. Many property rentals don't come with either, and many people don't care. It's never too hot or too cold, and there's really never a day so boring that you would resort to the soulless slosh of television.

One last piece of advice before we jump into apartment specifics: choose your neighborhood carefully. If you love the resort life, then look for the neighborhoods dominated by luxury hotels, condos, and apartments. If you'd rather live among the locals, then look in the old town neighborhoods such as Bahama Village. Or, if you want to see just how weird this island gets, then find your way to Duval Street.

There are a couple of things to consider when choosing your new home. If you want a hotel-style rental, then there are plenty of luxury apartments and condos to fit this description. If things like resort style pools, spas, saunas, tennis courts, club houses, boat slips, and high rise balconies looking down on the city and the sea are important, then be prepared to spend. There are also tons of roommate-wanted ads in local classifieds, which could land you in an amazing house, a luxury condo, or an ocean-front property with a dock, boat, and pool for an incredibly affordable price. No matter what or where you rent, your property will be surrounded by lush tropical landscapes and fun-loving people.

So, that's Key West 101. Best of luck, and don't forget to have fun!

-By Katy Comal

Key West, FL
+

There are quite a few tricks to renting happily on this island, so read on to find the best place for your happy new home.

Key West is a whole world of weird. The list of music, festivals, parades, clubs, parties, and ocean-lovin' fun could have you reading on for days. So, we'll just cover the basics and let you figure it all out the hard way (trust me, it's much more fun that way). This little island city is a tropical paradise with year-round perfect weather, some amazing fishing, diving, sailing, and beach bumming, as well as a nightlife that never sleeps, or even cares if it's night for that matter. There is no hustle and bustle in Key West. It's a slow-rolling tourist town where driving, biking, or even walking too fast could end in disaster.

The next little tidbit you should know about living in Key West is that you can't count on T.V. or A/C to pass the days. Many property rentals don't come with either, and many people don't care. It's never too hot or too cold, and there's really never a day so boring that you would resort to the soulless slosh of television.

One last piece of advice before we jump into apartment specifics: choose your neighborhood carefully. If you love the resort life, then look for the neighborhoods dominated by luxury hotels, condos, and apartments. If you'd rather live among the locals, then look in the old town neighborhoods such as Bahama Village. Or, if you want to see just how weird this island gets, then find your way to Duval Street.

There are a couple of things to consider when choosing your new home. If you want a hotel-style rental, then there are plenty of luxury apartments and condos to fit this description. If things like resort style pools, spas, saunas, tennis courts, club houses, boat slips, and high rise balconies looking down on the city and the sea are important, then be prepared to spend. There are also tons of roommate-wanted ads in local classifieds, which could land you in an amazing house, a luxury condo, or an ocean-front property with a dock, boat, and pool for an incredibly affordable price. No matter what or where you rent, your property will be surrounded by lush tropical landscapes and fun-loving people.

So, that's Key West 101. Best of luck, and don't forget to have fun!

-By Katy Comal