Steps from the Westlake Greenbelt and in a quaint pocket community of floating homes along Lake Union, this remarkably charming house boat is perfectly sited for extraordinary views.
May 4, 2023
Sq Ft: 1,878
Year Built: 1993
Heating: Heat Pump
Parking: 2 spots
Through a metal security gate, and a short walk along the private dock, this home has been tastefully updated to enhance its classic aesthetic.
Soaring double height ceilings and incredible views through a cascade of windows create an airy flow in the lofted great room, warmed by a fireplace and exquisite wood beam ceilings above. Double French doors across the main living space expand the living area and lead to a generous deck with hot tub and enviable views spanning from north Lake Union, Gas Works Park to the Ship Canal Bridge. The living room offers one of the few wood burning fireplaces in a floating home in the city.
An open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and extended granite countertops creates unity between the dining room and main floor living area. Two bedrooms and a 3/4 bath adorned with clean marble countertops, classic white subway tile and nickel hardware are found just down the hall, off the formal entryway.
The second level offers another ample size bedroom and a majestic, lofted primary suite that extends the length of the floor and is oriented toward inspiring lake views. Thoughtfully crafted built-in drawers and shelving offer utility and a separate seating area helps create a peaceful retreat.
A full bath at the end of the hall is clad in white shiplap, subway tile and marble topped counters. An incredible offering in one of Seattle’s most unique settings.