A Jewel Box Floating Home on Seattle’s Lake Union Lists for $3.5M
One of Seattle’s coveted floating homes is now up for grabs on Lake Union, with a choice waterfront position and unobstructed views of Gas Works Park. Designed by local architecture firm Vandeventer + Carlander, the structure makes the most of its location with a glass-fronted facade, as well as east- and west-facing terraces.
The rectangular, two-story home is set on a concrete float that measures 24 feet wide by 44 feet long, and it has just over 1,600 square feet of interior space. Upstairs, a single open room contains the kitchen, as well as the living and dining areas—which connect to the two terraces via folding glass doors.
The home’s two bedrooms and two full bathrooms are located on the lower level. Rift-cut white oak floors run throughout the interior, as does built-in cabinetry made of white oak and afromosia, an African hardwood.
The home is currently docked at Roanoke Reef Marina in Eastlake, providing convenient access to the city and the surrounding neighborhood. Community amenities include gated access, a covered parking area, and additional off-site storage.
Quarterly HOA dues cover water, gas, and sewage fees, as well as general community maintenance. Keep scrolling to see more of the property, currently listed for $3,500,000.
10 E Roanoke St Unit #3 in Seattle, Washington, is currently listed for $3,500,000 by Enrico Pozzo & Danny Varona of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty.
Architect of Record: Vandeventer + Carlander Architects
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