Home of the Week: The mac daddy of Seattle houseboats just hit the market
In case you didn’t know, Seattle has a pretty impressive community of floating homes located on Lake Union. And it turns out that the mac daddy of Seattle houseboats just hit the market. So here’s your “once in a generation” chance to own one of the fanciest Seattle houseboats we’ve ever seen.
This home was built in 2012 but you might mistake its design for an early 1900s craftsman home. And that’s because this home was crafted by local shipwrights which means absolutely no detail was spared. Leaving us all with a modern-day craftsman home gracing the shores of Lake Union.
And if the attention to detail wasn’t enough, this home is also 4,800 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. So it’s not your typical tiny houseboat. Not to mention it has added amenities like a jacuzzi tub, movie theatre, and deck. And that means you’ll definitely have room to make the home yours and enjoy the many views and angles you’ll have of Lake Union and the city.
It’s also important to note that this home has a top of the line foundation. Because you don’t want your home sinking in the middle of the night. In fact, this home has a foundation of ocean caliber marine aluminum. Pretty impressive huh?
We told you guys this home was the mac daddy of all houseboats. But with a house, this grand comes an equally grand price tag. So for 4.6 million bucks, this floating home could be yours. Or you could just stare at it here. Whatever floats your boat err home.