We’re back with another home of the week. And this week we’re heading over to Lake union for one of the city’s most unique neighborhoods. If you haven’t already guessed, we’re going to be checking out a houseboat. And trust us, folks, you don’t want to miss this one.
Home of the Week: 2466 Westlake Ave N UNIT 11
This houseboat is really truly a floating home. At 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and 2,200 square feet you’ll definitely forget that you’re floating on the lake. But you’ll quickly remember thanks to the stunning view and your two private boat slips. So if you happen to have a boat or two, this home is pretty dang perfect.
This sneaky home for sale is hidden in Discovery Park and has its own pier
The new Seattle waterfront park will feature several major works by Coast Salish artists
And because this home was built in 2009 it’s pretty dang modern and will be easy to update to your preferences without doing a full remodel. Not to mention it has some pretty unbeatable features like a beautiful main deck and rooftop patio. So this home might just become the ultimate summer entertaining home.
As you might have guessed, a home as cool as this will cost a pretty penny. In fact, this home will run you $2.3 million. But hey, with a view and location like that, we wouldn’t really expect anything less. So if you’re looking to take waterfront living to the next level, this might just be your new home.
If you’d like to see more of this home you can click here. With that, happy house hunting folks! We’ll catch you back here next week for another unique home.
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