Current Seattle Houseboats For Sale

Well the NWMLS has really gone a little haywire with the changeover to the new Matrix software. As a result, Seattle houseboats for sale are not being updated correctly in the MLS or any of the sites that the listings feed to. Many are still showing without pictures to the public sites even though many professional pictures have been loaded in to the MLS. The glitch should be resolved soon, but in the mean time, I wanted to make sure and get some complete and current data out there for what is available in the Seattle Floating Homes market.

Eastlake, Westlake, Northlake, and Portage Bay Floating Homes For Sale

On The Dox dock – a 2 bedroom 1 bath with an astounding 1450 square feet and soaring ceilings for only $650,000

The Log Foundation – an amazing 1 bedroom floating home with HUGE spaces and a great roof top spot to perch over Lake Union 936 sq ft $749,000

The Lake Union Dock – 2 bedroom/1.5 bath reverse floor plan with really cool cork flooring and great decks plus the best roof top deck I have been on since the last Roanoke Reef floating home that sold. No idea on the square footage but feels pretty spacious and nice views. $749,000

Westlake Cove – The Westlake portion of Lake Union – Brand new carpet, this half bedroom/studio floating home has lots of spaces and an amazing entertaining sized kitchen. Sleeping loft and room to go up a level make this one a great investment on Lake Union! $349,990

The Log Foundation – 2 bedroom with really large utility room and a deeded parking space – I think it is a little over 900 square feet, but no mention of it in the listing – reverse floor plan on this one, too. $769,000

Boyer in Portage Bay– 2 bedroom/1.75 bath 2000 square feet with interest in additional moorage on the dock $2,200,000 (I also saw this one is available for rent for $5500/mo. if you are interested in renting a Seattle houseboat)

Westlake Cove – 2 bedroom 1 bath floating home often mistaken by tourists as the Sleepless in Seattle houseboat, this one has one of the biggest decks I have seen (except for the Sleepless houseboatJ) – adjacent moorage is available for up to 20 feet – great wide channel and lovely views of Lake Union $525,000

The Old Boathouse – Artist inspired obviously – very cool remodel – 2 bedroom, 1.75 bath with a great view over the houseboat in front of you – has moorage. Great dock position – second from end. 1151 sq ft $749,950

Lee’s Mooring – 2 bedroom 1.5 bath super cool modern floating home – Big wall of windows… $799,950

Let us know if you are interested in any Seattle houseboat tours – we can show you anything you want to see – no matter who it is listed by! Courtney@SeattleAfloat.com

Sold Seattle Floating Homes Sales: How Does 2010 Stack Up So Far?

Seattle Floating Homes Sold houseboat listings from the MLS: Here are the current sold Seattle floating homes in the MLS so far for the year – In addition there are 8 more currently on the market so it looks like we could be on track for meeting or exceeding 2009! Keep in mind that there are many homes that also sell between neighbors and family or friends without ever reaching the MLS, but looking at these sold Seattle floating homes is a great indication of how the market is going so far this year!

2010 Seattle Floating Homes Sold MLS Listings – 4 so far this year!

2818-1/2 Boyer Ave E #6 1/1 YB 1900 LP $365,000 SP $350,000 DOM 93 (Brackett)

2017 Fairview Ave E #O 2/1 YB 1920 LP $475,000 SP $475,000 DOM 9 (The Log Foundation)

2025 Fairview Ave E #J 2/2 1500 sq ft YB 1976 (End of dock) LP $1,200,000 SP $1,150,000 DOM 27 (Log Foundation)

10 E Roanoke St #11 2/2.25 2062 sq ft YB 1976 LP $1,400,000 SP $1,400,000 DOM 30 (Roanoke Reef)

2009 Seattle Floating Homes Sold MLS Listings – 15 Sold in all

2235 Fairview Ave E # 1 0/.75 YB 2007 LP $285,000, SP $250,000 DOM: 143 (DOX)

2818 -1/2 Boyer Ave E #1 1/.75 YB 2006 LP $335,000 SP $330,000 DOM:145 (Brackett)

2019 Fairview Ave E #Q 1/1 YB 1965 LP $475,000 SP 415,000 DOM 86 (The Log Foundation)

2818 -1/2 Boyer Ave E #7 1/1 YB 2007 LP $435,000 SP $420,000 DOM 129 (Brackett)

2031 Fairview Ave E #N 1/1 YB 1925 LP$500,000 SP $486,500 DOM 95 (The Lake Union)

2235 Fairview Ave E # 4 1/1.5 700 Sq ft YB 1990 LP$515,000 SP $497,000 DOM 52 (DOX)

3110-B Portage Bay PL E 1/1.5 YB 1987 LP $635,000 SP $630,000 DOM 15 (Houseboat Harbor)

2351 Fairview Ave E #B 3/1.75 1500 sq ft YB 1986 LP $795,000 SP $725,000 DOM 109 (Phoenix Moorage Dock)

10 E Roanoke St #12 3/2 YB 1982 LP $1,400,000 SP $1,100,000 DOM 167 (Roanoke Reef)

2600 Fairview Ave E #8 3/2.5 2000 sq ft, YB 1978 LP $1,300,000 SP $1,200,000 DOM 71 (Mallard Cove)

10 E Roanoke St #18 3/1.75 1884 sq ft, YB 1983 LP $1,300,000 SP $1,276733 DOM 29 (Roanoke Reef)

2369 Fairview Ave E #5 3/3 3033 Sq ft YB 2007 LP $2,200,000 SP $2,100,000 DOM 301 (Fairview Landing)

2420 Westlake Ave N #13 2/1.75 1590 sq ft YB 1960 LP $749,000 SP 749,000 DOM 6 (2420)

2466 Westlake Ave N # 4 3/1.5 1480 sq ft, YB 1999 LP $1,425,000 SP $1,350,000 DOM 76 (Nesika Chuck)

1409 Boat Street #4 2/1.5 1234 sq ft YB 1977 LP $524,950 SP $522,950 DOM 31 (UW Leased Moorage)

2008 Seattle Floating Homes Sold MLS Listings – 6 floating homes sold this year

2025 Fairview Ave E # M 1/1 625 sq feet, Built in 1900, Listed at $600,000, Sold for $590,000, 53 days on market (The Log Foundation)

2019 Fairview Ave E # N 2/1, Built in 1976 Listed at 695,000, Sold for $675,000, 31 days on market (The Log Foundation)

2727 Fairview Ave E # 6 2/1/ 993 Sq Ft, Built in 1974, Listed at $775,000, Sold for $725,000, 37 days on market (Hamlin)

2019 Fairview Ave E #C 2/1.75, 1200 sq ft, built in 1940, Listed at $795,000, Sold for $795,000, 3 days on market (The Log Foundation)

1214 E Hamlin St #9 3/1.75 1500 sq ft, built in 1971, List price $1,150,000, Sale price $1,075,000, 79 days on market (Dock Society)

1214 E Hamlin St # 11 2/1 Built in 1969, End of dock Moorage, List Price $1,250,000, Sale Price, $1,189,700, 93 DOM(Dock Society)

If you are interested in Seattle houseboats for sale, there are some great choices out on the lake right now!

Eastlake Waterfront Property: Seattle Floating Homes, Condos, & More… as in Moorage

Eastlake Waterfront Property:  Seattle Floating Homes, Condos, & More… as in Moorage.  Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood has a lot going for it, but it is hard to believe that so many of the Eastlake properties for sale are either Lake Union view homes or Eastlake waterfront homes.  Eastlake is a great community nestled up against the East shores of Lake Union in the heart of Seattle.  Eastlake residents enjoy easy commutes to Downtown Seattle and a great variety of restaurants and entertainment. On top of that, there are numerous parks in Eastlake – both waterfront and not.  It is a great place with lots of fun activities.

Eastlake Waterfront Properties for sale right now consist of all three types of Seattle waterfront homes mentioned above: 

One type of Eastlake waterfront property – Seattle floating homes:  There are currently 2 Eastlake houseboats for sale ranging from $769,000 for a gorgeous 2 bedroom with its own co-op parking space to $1,720,000 for one of the floating Eastlake beauties on the  Roanoke Reef dock (complete with parking as well).

Eastlake Waterfront Property – condos.  Eastlake waterfront condos tend to sell quickly. Additionally there are a lot of Eastlake view homes in the various condo buildings.  There is a 2 bedroom 2 bath waterfront condo down on Fairview available right now – listed at just under $850k.

Lastley, want more… how about Eastlake moorage?  There is a newer dock down on the Eastlake Waterfront – you can find state of the art Eastlake moorage available right now ranging in price from $675,000 to $950,000.  This is fee simple ownership and pretty nice – a great way to get into the Eastlake waterfront (or water covered property  in this case) market.

So as you can see there are some great ways to get into the Seattle Eastlake waterfront homes market. If you long to live in Seattle’s waterfront Eastlake neighborhood and enjoy all that Lake Union has to offer, then make sure and check out all your options. There are some great Eastlake waterfront property options!

Eastlake Floating Homes: A Few Reasons Why I Love Eastlake

Eastlake Floating Homes: A Few Reasons Why I Love Eastlake

Eastlake is a small sliver of heaven in Seattle!  Even though it hugs I-5 there are great big sound barrier walls that make it a tiny little village right in the city.  A quick ride into South Lake Union or Downtown Seattle make it easy to see why this is such a great place to live.  It is a small laid back neighborhood which happens to be right in the middle of it all!

Eastlake offers some amazing single family, condo, and townhouse type homes, but the shoreline is all about life afloat in Eastlake Townhomes
Seattle floating homes.  These historical homes line the shore and their docks and offer a great peaceful setting while still being close to the action.

Want to see Eastlake homes for sale?

Eastlake real estate

Seattle houseboats

Eastlake Seattle condos including Harbor Pointe for great Lake Union view homes, and more!

Come enjoy great places like Louisa’s, Pete’s, and trails like the Lake Union Loop (Cheshiahud), and more – Eastlake is a wonderful sliver in Seattle!

Seattle Houseboats: Creative Living & Part of Nature

Seattle Houseboats livingSeattle Houseboats: Creative Living & Part Of Nature: Seattle Houseboat Living is one of the most unique in Seattle:

Are you a creative person looking for your perfect Seattle waterfront nest?

As we go into the snowy winter this year, I wanted to share one of my favorite houseboat shots from this summer:

The “Duck Lodge” floating raft is located on one of the Eastlake Seattle floating home docks and a great way to welcome in Seattle’s nature.  This creative Seattle houseboater has made a duck house instead of a dog house on a floating raft attached to the float the home is on.

Lake Union Houseboats:  living close to nature!
Seattle houseboats living

Ducks aren’t the only nature a Seattle houseboat owner co-exists with.  Lake Union is a working lake with fish and fowl everywhere. Here is a peaceful guy.  For being right in the middle of the city, the banks of Eastlake are incredibly peaceful and a great place to land for Seattle waterfront homes

 Seattle Houseboats Big Force In Keeping Lake Union Clean

In what seems like thinly veiled political agendas, the Seattle houseboat community has long been targeted as being potentially harmful environmentally over the years.  The truth of the matter is that Seattle houseboat owners have been a major force in cleaning up Lake Union so that we all can enjoy it.  One of the requirements for living on a floating home successfully is a fondness and care for the environment.

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