Island Home Builders - Key West, Florida

Modular Homes

1170 Key Plaza, Mailbox 289
Key West, Florida 33040

Island Home Builders is one of the few Key West modular home dealers. Whether you’re a first time home buyer or looking to build your dream home, Island Home Builders has a home for you.

We use system built homes that are built in a factory out of the weather. As the home is being built at the factory, we are completing your foundation and site preparation for your new home.  Our goal is to set and dry in your home the day it arrives on site. Take a look around our site and you will see many of the homes that we have completed in the last few years. Island Home Builders is your new home connection for the Florida Keys.

Key West

Key West has attractions for everyone. Some of our most popular Key West tourist activities on the water include dolphin encounters, kayaking the backcountry, diving and snorkeling at Ft. Jefferson and the Dry Tortugas, or renting a boat at a Key West marina to explore on your own. On land, shopping, museums, art galleries, tours, theaters and more await you. Or you can simply relax in the sand at one of our Key West beaches, by the pool at your Key West hotel, or on Duval Street with a cocktail in hand.

Key West has some of the finest saltwater fishing around, whether you are an avid fly fisherman looking for the thrill of sight casting to tarpon as they cross a beautiful, sandy flat in the Key West backcountry, or offshore doing some deep sea fishing and thinking about a fresh seafood dinner at one of our fine Key West restaurants.

Experience the stunning underwater world of diving in Key West. The blue waters surrounding the Southernmost City offer world-class wreck diving. On May 27, 2009, the U.S.N.S. Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef in 140 feet of water, seven miles off Key West. The Vandenberg is the second largest ship purposely sunk as an artificial reef. It is now the southern anchor of the Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail. Learn more about diving the Vandenberg!

The Cayman Salvager was a 180-foot buoy tender and was intentionally sunk in 1985 to make an artificial reef. She is sitting upright and has cavernous open holds providing shelter for some large marine life. Joe's Tug is a classic tugboat that sits upright in 65 feet of water.

Key West Scuba Diving

Major certifications are accepted by the local dive shops, but be sure to bring your card with you. There are several charters that cater to scuba divers only, and many that take both divers and snorkelers. Nitrox diving, and instruction, are also available in the area.

Certification courses and resort courses can be scheduled in many locations.

Both SCUBA divers and snorkelers find that the primary destination for an excursion around Key West is Sand Key Lighthouse Reef. This 10-mile reef system, marked by a large iron lighthouse, has coral formations of varying depths.

Key West Wreck Diving

Ten-Fathom Ledge is known for its caves and dramatic overhangs that provide shelter for all kinds of marine life, including lobsters and grouper. Kedge Ledge is a patch reef whose main attraction is the remains of a pair of coral-encrusted anchors from 18th century sailing vessels.

The bright turquoise waters are enough to draw people to Key West from around the world. For visitors who want to explore the waters surrounding the Island City, there are a number of boat rentals and charters. Ride through the shallow water and mangrove islands in the flats of Key West, or venture into 'blue water' offshore.


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