Own Fee Simple Seattle Houseboat (or boat) Dock On Lake Union

Seattle Houseboat Living:  Own Fee Simple On Lake Union

seattle floating home for saleUPDATE: (THIS SEATTLE FLOATING HOME IS SOLD NOW)

There are basically four types of Seattle houseboats docks to live on in Lake Union:  Co-op, Condo, Leased, and the prize:  Fee Simple.

Introducing 3310 Fuhrman Ave East:  Fee simple.  Own your Seattle floating home dock.  Own your floating home moorage.  Own your 2 parking spaces.  Own your floating home.  Own your cottage.  This piece of prime fee simple Seattle real estate on Lake Union is truly one of a kind.

Included in this property is 34 feet of owned Lake Union waterfront on the lake side, an additional 34 feet of private Lake Union moorage on the side, a remodeled floating home with two bedrooms, private balcony off the master, another lakefront over the water cottage with new pilings, a yard with gardening space and trees,  and two parking spaces.  If this isn’t Seattle Waterfront Living℠ on Lake Union, then I don’t know what is.

If you are interested in affordable and interesting waterfront living, then don’t miss this once in a Lake Union lifestyle opportunity.

Molly 206-841-6800 or houseboats@cooperjacobs.com

Seattle Houseboats Open House: The Lake Union View

The View From My Seattle Houseboat  Open House On Lake Union today was quite extraordinary.  Life Afloat In Seattle ™ is extraordinary.

No wind, calm water, a few kayakers, one brave paddle-boarded, and lots of boats gliding past me as I had  The Ark open house today at Seattle Marina in North Lake Union.

Lake Union houseboats

Crew on Lake Union

Water has a wonderous way of relaxing you and Lake Union is no exception.  Seattle houseboats often have high traffic for the open houses. With a busy open house, I had to remember to not get too relaxed!  From my location, I managed to snap a great pic of  the Lake Union Moorage available right now at Ward’s Cove across the water in the Eastlake neighborhood.  Interesting enough, Ward’s Cove is a privately held Seattle based company encompassing fish processing in Alaska since the late 1920’s.  Salmon was a big business for Ward’s Cove back in the day but since they haulted this, they looked for another way to make a profit while still providing greatest and best use out of their prime Eastlake location.  So they decided to turn it into a mixed use space and welcome one more Seattle floating home community.

This is probably the last Seattle floating homes dock permitted since the lake can only hold so many of them.  With four Lake Union moorage slips sold at last check and eight more to go, these new construction floating homes sites are selling at a premium and a chance to build your dream home on the water’s edge.  As you can see here, the preparations have begun for one lucky floating home owner!

Wards Cove Lake Union

Ward’s Cove in Lake Union

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