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651 Sq. Ft. Houseboat in Seattle

This is a 651 square feet houseboat in Seattle.

It’s 42.6′ long and 14.8′ wide with a large rooftop deck.

Currently it’s on the market for $399,000 in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle.

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Welcome aboard “Island Otter” an incredibly well built Seattle Houseboat, steel hull & exterior construction. One & a half level, dimensions of 42.6′ X 14.8′, large rooftop deck, full bath on main level, upper bedroom w/half bath, builtin queen bed w/drawers below. Beautiful Maple cabinetry, Bolivian Cherry wood work throught, bamboo flooring, large pantry, dishwasher, 4 burner gas cooktop, paperstone countertop, washer/dryer hookup. Builtin sound system w/zone control, wall fireplace, WOW!

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  • alur August 2, 2016, 6:09 pm

    LOL a $400,000 house boat is not a tiny house. If you want to live on the lake, there are plenty of alternatives less than $100,000 from people who want to dump their “tiny houses.” The tiny house movement is surreal. If you want a tiny house, by an RV. You’ll have something that has been proven worthy over years of experience.

  • Lisa E. August 2, 2016, 6:20 pm

    They never mention the slip/docking fees. This is where the deal breaker lays.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN August 2, 2016, 7:41 pm

    Awesome Houseboat….! This has to be the nicest houseboat I have seen todate….! It looks to be well built, with a lot of thought to the sea, and weathering.. It’s interior is impeccable, it’s design was given a lot of thought as to the decor and arrangement for it’s guests as well as liveaboards… I would have loved to see it’s pilothouse and other ocean or water going amenities…. The price like all boats, is way off, for my pockets these days … Nevertheless an awesome houseboat…!

  • Lebron August 2, 2016, 9:33 pm

    Why do you post items like this? $399,000.00 isn’t really “tiny home” type material to me. It’s really nice but doesn’t really fit what the tiny house movement is about. IMHO.

    • Eric August 2, 2016, 11:05 pm

      Maybe it isn’t tiny home to you. It is, however, a small home. So fits into some of the categories of this website. Look at the links at the top of the web pages.

      And, not all submissions are geared toward the low end of the market. Some are geared towards providing… gasp, wait for it, it’ll be here soooon… i.d.e.a.s.

      As the French would say… Horreur!

  • jm August 3, 2016, 4:53 am

    Now we know how to offend readers. High prices! As everyone must know by now–housing costs are relative. But for that money I’d go to South America and ship a houseboat up here.

  • Large Marge August 3, 2016, 5:06 am

    Gorgeous. Well-planned layout. Decades ago, we lived in this neighborhood. We like it.

    Drawbacks to this location:
    Water traffic… it’s on a narrow outlet of Washington Lake, just above the locks.

    Pluses to this location:
    A few blocks from the ‘U district’ and the university. A high-rent area with high turnover of student residents.

    Kayak off your porch! Grand!

    2006, still has some legs left in the old girl. Nice dimensions, proportions. Great pier, shows pride of ownership.

    Why the ankle-level light switches inside the door?

    We think the kitchen needs a powered exhaust hood to vent heat and moisture/odors outside the living space.

  • Sarah August 3, 2016, 4:06 pm

    Will someone please educate me (serious here). I don’t get the attraction of living in a houseboat where you are crammed next to other boats. Do you take it out often and go to other places? See, I’m pretty much in the dark here. I think this is just gorgeous but I would never want one.

    Thanks for your help!

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