How about a tiny home on Lake Union that epitomizes Seattle houseboat culture? Yes, you can own this one-bedroom, one-bathroom waterfront gem, which has been newly refinished and is ready to set sail on your next adventure. Custom crafted for the hip, the cool, the aquaphile, this punchy houseboat comes ideally located too! It sits near the popular Gasworks Park and Fremont/Wallingford neighborhoods, essentially giving you a best of both worlds lifestyle without having to compromise or spend a fortune. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
A Tiny Home Treasure
First, the nautical-inspired color palette really catches our eye. And it makes all the difference! It’s easy to live in Seattle’s foggy rainy climate when home is a vibrant pop of cheer with impeccable waterfront views. In fact, the entire houseboat community embraces fun and funky hues, making living on the water seem like a Pantone lover’s dream.
The Small Footprint Packs A Punch
Secondly, this 432-square-foot beauty maximizes every inch of space. For starters it affords a full lake-view living room with 14-foot ceilings, perfect when hosting guests. According to the listing, “a charming curved roof with classic houseboat feel” adds to the appeal. We love that the layout includes a spacious loft with six feet of standing room, which the listing goes on to say “provides comfort as the lake rocks you to sleep.”
Rare Interior Accents Make Lake Life A Breeze
Other rarities of this Seattle houseboat are the high attention to detail, functional kitchen with massive fridge, plus a bathtub and laundry hook-ups, which are not all that common on your average houseboat. No pets or rentals are allowed but it seems as if slip rent is an option or might even be included in the sale. Inquire for details or better yet go schedule a tour. This quirky cute houseboat might be just what the doctor ordered.
Linda M. Bagley with Special Agents Realty has listed 2401 N. Northlake Way Unit F4, Seattle, Washington for $329,000.