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875 Sq. Ft. Floating Cottage in the Pacific Northwest


Have you ever considered living in a floating cottage? Well, this is an 875-square-foot floating cottage in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a two-bedroom custom floating home with a rooftop deck. How do you like it?

Inside, you’ll find a beautiful living area, kitchen, bathroom, dining, and two bedrooms with fantastic views of the surrounding area. How would you like living simply in a floating home like this? Wouldn’t it be great? Please enjoy and let us know what you think in the comments!

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875-square-foot Floating Cottage😍

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

Images © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

875 Sq Ft Floating Cottage - Image © NWMLS via Redfin

Images © NWMLS via Redfin

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  • Avatar Marcy June 14, 2016, 9:47 am

    Love it! I could never afford this place (heck, I couldn’t afford the docking fees), but am certainly happy for the people who get to have this need life experience.

  • Avatar Rev June 14, 2016, 3:58 pm

    Association dues US$425 monthly. I could live with that.

    Tasteful interior.

  • Avatar LargeMarge June 14, 2016, 4:00 pm

    Redfin says “…Italian stairs…” What are those?

    • Avatar Paul June 14, 2016, 9:12 pm

      Look at the picture LargeMarge… metal framed stairs going up to the roof deck. Not a “kind” of stair, more where they were manufactured I would think.

  • Avatar Betty June 14, 2016, 8:04 pm

    Wow.

  • Avatar Brandi June 14, 2016, 10:34 pm

    I think this one is FANTASTIC!!!! Love it, Love it, LOVE IT!! LOL

    425.00 per month? not too bad either. Is there more of an expense or is the mooring included in the 425.00 association fee? What is done with gray water & black? I’ll bet you get hosed down for those fees, since they are a must. I’d be curious if anyone has an answer to that.

  • Avatar Rue June 15, 2016, 3:18 am

    Would live here in a heartbeat if I had actual money to afford both mortgage and fees. Though I might redecorate a little….

  • Avatar Signi December 29, 2017, 7:24 pm

    Hi I am currently planning to build a float home in Victiria BC harbour and wonder if the building plans for this on are available for purchase ? This one is particularly beautiful! Thanks Signi

  • Avatar Angela December 30, 2017, 5:35 am

    OK, so this is really nice, but it is basically a mansion. This is supposed to be about tiny houses, which means 600 feet or under. This is way over the limit. You are slowly turning this page into “New houses”, because there are several this time that are decidedly not tiny houses.

  • Avatar Reyne December 31, 2017, 4:41 pm

    Angela, this article comes from the Small House Newsletter. Those are dwellings under 1000 square feet.
    There are two newsletters now, as many people are interested in smaller footprints, but not tiny ones.

  • Avatar Joe July 13, 2018, 4:50 pm

    Beautiful place.

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