Boating season will be here before we know it and that means we’re keeping our eyes on the water. And if you’re looking for front row seats on Lake Union, why not become the new owner of Seattle’s largest houseboat? Yes, the massive floating home is still for sale so let’s check it out.
Equally pricey as it is large, the nearly 5,000 square foot, 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home is currently listed at $3.75 million. The custom-built home, known as “Aurora” was inspired by California’s Gamble House which is a classic example of American Craftsman architecture and design. Inside you’ll find many similar details like hardwood paneling and trim, stone tile, and more.
Due to the close attention to detail and luxury feel of this home, it can be easy to forget it’s actually floating. That is until you walk out to one of the several decks or the home’s sunroom. What’s more, the home has amenities like a gourmet kitchen, formal dining room, full floor primary suite, and even a movie theatre.
So if you happen to have $3 million to spare, the Aurora could become your new digs. It’s worth noting that if you want to do more than just watch boating season, this property also comes with an additional year-round 32′ moorage. You can learn more about this listing at Sotheby’s website.