Seattle’s Eastlake Neighborhood: The sun is peeking out here and there in Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood today. In Seattle we seem to get all seasons rotating throughout the day so you never know what to wear – I end up keeping a fleece in the car most of the time.
I was actually down on the Eastlake houseboat docks previewing a brand new listing for a floating home on The Log Foundation dock – one of them anyway. There are two Eastlake floating homes for sale right there in that part of Fairview currently – both in the upper $700k range in the MLS.
2025 Fairview Ave E – Houseboat E is a great new Seattle floating home MLS listing put on by Jennifer Nelson (photos courtesy of Jennifer Nelson). It is spacious and bright with wide open spaces and tons of great professionally remodeled touches while keeping the traditional Seattle houseboat charm intact.
Enjoy the expansive master suite like no other in the floating homes colony and colorful gardening from your rooftop deck and lower decks. The view of Lake Union and the city is impressive to say the least.
Other perks of this floating home on The Log Foundation dock? How about the fact that this dock is highly maintained and the dues are low.
This home also happens to be right on the Cheshiahud Loop (Lake Union Loop) and very close to the streetcar for great access into Downtown Seattle. Eastlake is already known for its easy commuting attributes, but you literally could live car less on this dock with no lack of convenience. This one is open 1-4 on Sunday or feel free to get in touch with me for a private tour anytime.
I adore that part of Fairview and Eastlake in general quite a bit. The sun wasn’t out until half way through my tour this AM, but hopefully it will warm up as those big puffy clouds float around the sky.
If you want to go on a houseboat tour and see one of the floating homes available in Eastlake or Westlake right now let me know. There is a great starter priced floating home in Westlake at $365,500 (Westlake Cove)and then there are three in Eastlake – the two on The Log Foundation docks and then one at Roanoke Reef. All are great options at various price points for Seattle floating homes.