Ernest Hemingway had the right idea: to seek shaded refuge in Key West, hole up in a beautiful house, and drink away the sunsets.
And for those with the cash flow, the perfect fantasy weekend house is for sale at the north end of Key West, an unbelievable Moorish-style beach house selling for $9.9 million.
Behold the exceptional Moroccan architectural details in the below house slideshow.
Perhaps the owners, former supermodel Veronica Webb and George Robb, pulled some worldy charms back from their travels overseas?
Robb is the founder of RPM Nautical Foundation, a non-profit archaeological research organization that discovers underwater treasures in the Mediterranean Sea.
Robb, who bought the property in 2001 for a little over a million dollars, built the home in 2005. It has five bedrooms and six baths in almost 4,000 square feet.
Inside an intricate dome crowns the formal living area, and there are separate staffs' quarters with a separate kitchen -- and strikingly, Moroccan title and woodwork throughout.
Outside, there's an arched-filled patio with Moroccan title columns spilling into a heated pool, a private beach, lush landscaping with waterfalls, an outdoor kitchen, and it's all overlooking a lush mangrove canal.
Check out the amazing photos below, courtesy of Realtor.com: