This cute Key West bungalow house was built in 1948 but more recently updated with interiors by the designer Debra Yates, a former editor at the Miami Herald (and the ex-wife of landscape architect Raymond Jungles). The 1,500 square foot "home/studio," as the brokerbabble calls it, is on a lot just over 3,000 square feet in size, has a cute little fenced-in porch, and perches on particularly high ground for Key West. Worried about sea level rise? Listed for $650,000, this baby's high enough you don't even need flood insurance, apparently.
· 717 White Street [Zillow]