Westlake Floating Homes For Sale
Looking for Westlake floating homes for sale?
Westlake floating homes for sale come up from time to time and they are very special among Seattle houseboats! Although the neighborhood was prominently features in 1993’s Sleepless In Seattle movie starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, Seattle’s Westlake neighborhood has long been one of the most private and exclusive enclaves of houseboat living on Lake Union. Located at the base of historic Queen Anne and situated perfectly between South Lake Union and Fremont, you will find this beautiful neighborhood. Luckily, there are Westlake listings here and there. Living in Westlake offers a closeness to city and nature plus an abundance of amenities including the beloved Westlake Deli, coffee shops, and the nicer part of the Cheshiahud Loop!
Westlake Floating Homes For Sale – Location, Location, Location!
Westlake floating homes for sale are located on the west side of Lake Union on docks through secret gateways and staircases and offer an abundance of peace and tranquility right in the city! You can find fantastic views of the lake and wide open channels. Parking is usually easier on this side of the lake and the sidewalks are newer and well laid out with footbridges and paths that interconnect. If you are looking for less congestion and more open spaces, then Westlake is a good choice. We are happy to show you some of our favorite spots and also Westlake floating homes for sale. It is a real treat to see them when they are on the market, and this is a great in city living situation.
Please call/text Courtney at 206-850-8841 firstname.lastname@example.org We are your Seattle floating homes and waterfront experts and happy to help you buy or sell your property. We are also networked into the Seattle floating homes community so we know when others may be coming on the market or open to selling. Courtney Cooper – Floating home and waterfront experts, Cooper Jacobs |Seattle Afloat | KW North Seattle
Seattle Houseboats: Catching Up With The Seattle Floating Homes Market Sept 2014
Summary: Great Choices Available unless you want The Sleepless In Seattle Houseboat.
All year long, the story has been low inventory, low inventory, low inventory. Now we have inventory. Typically August is pretty quiet for Seattle houseboats sales, so it was no surprise to see that August was slow again. The real surprise, though, was the whole new crop of Seattle floating homes listings that have come on the market. We have some really cool choices right now which span into every price range.
The 2014 Seattle floating home tour was a success this year and definitely increased interest in this great community. Add to the the Boats Afloat show this weekend and I would say life on Lake Union is about as exciting as it can be aside from The Fourth Of July! If you are entering the Seattle houseboats world or already a houseboat buyer candidate, then this is truly your time to buy. Seattle houseboats sellers are motivated because the inventory increase has added competition for the sale of their home. Buyers are able to pick up some great floating homes right now.
So here are the Seattle houseboats that have sold in the floating home world (both on market and off market that I know about):
1. Sleepless in Seattle: All the buzz is about Sleepless. The house where Tom Hanks resided in while Meg Ryan chased after him in the original stalker movie – before stalking was actually even a thing besides in National Geographic and horror flicks… The Sleepless in Seattle houseboat has an amazing main level and a very dated upper level which I am sure the new owner will remedy. It has one of the largest floats on the lake and also one of the largest moorage spaces on Lake Union if you have a boat you want to tie up to your house. It is definitely worth the over two million paid for it. We almost sold it a couple times in the last year or so for over two million so we weren’t surprised. I knew it had been sold a couple months ago and put it here in my blog, but was politely asked to not report it yet. The secret is out. It is sold. Over two million dollars and a great deal in my opinion for one of the Duck Tour’s favorite shout outs on Lake Union.
2. Two floating homes on the 2025 Fairview Ave E Log Foundation dock also closed in the last 30 days. Slip M was a 625 square foot 1 bedroom and 1 bath houseboat built in 1930. It was listed for $495,000 and after 428 days on market sold for 93.54% of its list price at $420,000. Also on that dock was slip H – South facing 900 square foot floating home built in 1917, but updated. We listed this one for $725,000 and it sold for full price 34 days later.
Seattle Houseboats Pending in Escrow – The Big news on the Lake and I mean big as in expensive and beautiful and amazing is that the Fairview Landing (2369 Fairview Ave E) Seattle luxury floating home listed for $2,950,000 is pending in escrow. This is a lovely modern concrete dock with beautiful Seattle luxury floating homes and although this particular floating home is on the North side, the neighbors are amazing and so is the house. It’s a big sale on the lake and happy for the new buyers to have gotten on to this phenomenal gated dock.
What’s for sale now in the Seattle floating home world?
Seattle houseboats for sale are in all price ranges right now – ranging from an unheard of low in Eastlake houseboats for $365,000 (1 bedroom on Tenas Chuck dock) to Roanoke Reef at $1,890,000. We love the Tenas Chuck floating home for someone wanting to get on to the lake.
We also love 2017 Fairview Ave , Slip O – 2 bedroom home on a great dock for $617,000! This one is so cute and appeals to many. Good choice on one of the most well run coops on the lake. As far as the nicer homes go, we really love the house in Westlake listed for $1,299,000 at 2466 Westlake Ave N, Slip 7. You can have a FORTY FOOT BOAT tied up to your house there and it has been absolutely loved by its current owners.
Additional reading about these Seattle houseboats:
Summary Of Seattle Houseboats
Seattle Houseboats Market Update Details
Please call or email me if you want to see anything listed on the lake – or unlisted 🙂 We can show you any home listed by any broker and look forward to showing you some of our favorite spots on the lake. Courtney Cooper 206.850.8841