You may have seen the classic romantic comedy “Sleepless in Seattle” from the 1990s. You may be crazy about owning a houseboat like the one featured in the movie. That particular home isn’t available for purchase, but was acquired by a tech executive in 2014 for more than $ 2 million. Puget Sound Business Journal — Another floating Seattle villa has just appeared on the market. This demands just under $ 2.5 million.
Built and renewed in the late 1970s, this two-story aquatic showpiece has been docked at the Primo Mallard Cove on the shores of Lake Union in Seattle’s Eastlake district, just over 1,800. The location has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Square feet of open concept living space. (It’s big, like a houseboat goes.) The new owner pays an annual tax of around $ 845, with a HOA membership fee of $ 475 per month.
Technically, it is a floating house, not a houseboat. The main attraction of the brightly colored wood shingle and metal roof structures is their breathtaking scenery, as they are permanently moored and cannot be moved. It’s near the back of the bog, behind another row of floating houses, but from the large tree-fringed window walls and the vast roof deck, Queen Anne, the gas factory, Wallingford, unobstructed. Overlooking the sparkling lake and skyline while admiring the scenery of.
The bright orange-red front door leads to a stylish interior that is entirely decorated with a combination of tiles and hardwood floors, high ceilings and built-ins. From there, the spacious and wonderful room, warmed by a gas stove and boasting sliding glass doors flowing to the waterside deck, is covered with wood with a living room and dining area, an eat-in breakfast bar and new stainless appliances. There is a broken kitchen. .. There is also a hidden office space and a bath next to it.
The handmade spiral staircase in the entrance hall of the house is on the second floor, and the large sky-lit master retreat has a private balcony, a sitting area by a cozy fireplace, a walk-in closet, and a double. There is a comfortable bath with a vanity. Bathtub and glass shower. Some bonuses: 34ft boat slip, 2 parking spaces, electric vehicle charging station in a “convenient” garage.