Harris School Key West

The Jeptha Vinning Harris School, named after a Confederate Civil War veteran and educator was the only public school at the turn of the 20th century. It has been sold to a developer for 4 million and it should be interesting to see what develops. The houses around the Harris school are in the one million plus range.

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