KEY WEST, FL This is one of the most unique buildings in Key West! It was constructed at the turn of the nineteenth century using Florida Keystone only found in the Florida Keys. This beautiful stone forms 14'' thick solid walls that have stood the test of time for more than a century. Formerly the Saint Stephen AME Zion Church, this building is an architectural gem in the Gothic Revival style, with a steeply pitched gable roof, pointed-arch windows and a low tower. Perfectly preserved, the historic space features cathedral ceilings, exposed wood beams, antique stained glass windows, designer flooring, and large open floor plans. This is a wonderful mixed-use property for a discerning buyer that includes 2,100 square feet of commercial space, a two-bedroom plus loft luxury residence, European-style courtyard, patio, and a one-bedroom artist's flat. The successful art gallery (one of the top ten per Trip Advisor) and event venue may convey with the property. In addition, a third non-transient residential unit could be available to add as an additional legal apartment or residence. This is an ideal location at the corner of Whitehead Street and between three of the most popular attractions in Key West -- just one block south of the Hemingway House and the Lighthouse and a couple blocks away from the Southernmost Point. World famous Duval Street is just a block away. The free city Duval loop bus stops close by and many tourists walk by daily. The church changed uses in 1979 when it became a mixed-use residential and commercial space. A total and meticulous renovation of all interior spaces was completed just 4 years ago. This building is a rare opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind live-work space, investment property or even single family home conversion.