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NEW!! Luxury Lake Union Houseboat in OWNED Slip ($999,000)

May 2, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Luxury Lake Union Houseboat in OWNED Slip – $999,000

Luxury Lake Union HouseboatExperience ECO-Friendly Luxury on Lake Union in this stunning contemporary Houseboat on Lake Union with breathtaking views of Lake Union and the Seattle skyline. Only FEE SIMPLE condo Houseboat slips on Lake Union! This fabulous Union Bay Fabricators vessel was designed with comfort and style in mind. The entry takes you up to the Main salon floor which consists of a very spacious living area with built-in seating, a real stone propane fireplace with natural wood hearth. The zoned sound system provides ambiance as you enjoy the built-in wet-bar and wine cooler, while taking in the amazing views. Step out on to the spacious 8′ x 15′ front deck and enjoy Lake Union close up.

dining and living areaThe built in Dining Table provides ample seating for you and your guests while they look out on beautiful Lake Union views. High cedar panel ceilings and Cumaru Brazillian Teak hardwood flooring provide a spacious and warm entertaining environment. With windows all around, you and your guests will feel like they are dining at the finest waterfront restaurant. Relax as the boats, kayaks, paddle boards, and crew boats cruise by, providing an always changing view.

Kitchen-wideDinner is prepared in the Fully Equipped Gourmet Kitchen with beautiful stainless steel Viking appliances. Enjoy lots of paperstone counter space and a great deal of modern cabinetry. There is also a built in office area in the kitchen. The kitchen features a dutch door leading to the aft deck and from there, up to the large rooftop deck. The most demanding chefs will be right at home in this smartly designed, beautiful kitchen.

From the entry, head down to the spacious Master and Guest bedrooms that are served by a luxurious 5 piece bath with jetted tub, large shower, and dual vessel sinks. The guest bedroom also features a walk-in closet that also contains the full size stack washer/dryer. The Master has built-in closet space and cabinetry and is quite spacious.

Upper-Deck-View-NorthThree outdoor spaces are provided for your enjoyment. Two more intimate spaces are the mid-deck forward and aft decks and the built-in Bar-B-Que on the aft deck is very convenient to the kitchen. The aft deck has a ladder to the large rooftop deck. The rooftop deck has outstanding views of the Lake, Seattle Skyline, and Gasworks Park.

Features of this fabulous houseboat include:

  • 46’ x 15’ 2 story houseboat-vessel
  • Contemporary Design – Built 2007
  • Fabulous views of Lake Union and Seattle Skyline
  • Aluminum hull
  • 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath – Approx. 1080 Sq. Ft.
  • Very Stable Design
  • Gourmet Kitchen—Viking Stainless Appliances
  • Paperstone countertop
  • 3 decks including 20×15 rooftop
  • Cumaru—Brazillian Teak Hardwood
  • Built-in Dining Room table
  • Spacious Living room with brick fireplace
  • Luxurious 5 piece Bath
  • Built-in wet bar & wine cooler
  • Full size stack Washer/Dryer
  • HOA $260/mo – Includes Elec, H2O, Garbage
  • ENJOY THE SECURITY OF SLIP OWNERSHIP!

 

Luxury Lake Union Houseboat

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Water Lodge Houseboat $185,000

April 12, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

‘Water Lodge’ Houseboat – $185,000

Water Lodge
Come aboard the “Water Lodge”, feel the gentle movement of living on the water and listen to the lake sounds. Morning and afternoon watch the geese fly in, not so elegantly landing on the water. High ceilings, all on one level with main level bedroom, built in closets and drawers, 3/4 bathroom, large living & dining room. Enjoy the electric fireplace on a cool winter day, walls of windows with 2″ faux blinds and a wonderful covered front deck. Excellent galley style kitchen has 4 burner range / oven and small pantry. Ladder to large sleeping loft / storage. Covered moorage in liveaboard slip at $600 per month, plus $150 liveaboard fee. We have financing with Sound Community Bank, email for details. Houseboat is 42′ X 12′.

  • Living-Hall---No-Ladder42 x 12 Dock Floatation Hull
  • 1 Bedroom—1 Bathroom + Loft
  • Approximately 400 sq. ft.
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Large Living Room
  • Lots of Windows
  • Electric Fireplace
  • Spacious Kitchen
  • Covered Moorage
  • Aluminum Decks (Covered) 9×12 & 2×12
  • 280 Gallon Blackwater Tank
  • Built-in Closets
  • Slip Fees: $600 + $150 Liveaboard
  • Year Built: 2008

Live the life you’ve always dreamed of in this Charming Seattle Houseboat.

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Big Brother – Seattle House Barge $399,000 (PENDIND SALE)

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‘Big Brother’ Registered Seattle House Barge $399,000.00

Long-shot-from-Kitchen---musiciansWonderfully remodeled 40 x 14′ house barge “Big Brother” located on Eastlake at Hamlin Pier floating home community. 2 bedrooms, full bath & aprox. 1,000 SF of living space, connected to city sewer. Large living room, sunny updated kitchen with new appliances, quartz counters, soft close cabinets & pantry. Forward & aft covered decks. Rooftop deck w/lake & Space Needle view. New roof, laminate flooring. No sales tax as a registered house barge #940028. Monthly dock rental fee $732.82. Financing available!

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Live the life you’ve always dreamed of in this beautiful Seattle House Barge

Waterfront you can put your toes in.™

 

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End of Dock Floating Home – Lease $5,500/mo (RENTED!!)

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End of Dock Floating Home – Lease $5,500/mo

View-out-dock-telephotoFabulous End of Dock Floating Home
$5,500 per month – 1 year min.

Stunning end of dock fully furnished Floating Home, unobstructed city views, lake & beautiful sunsets. Deck on waters edge, moorage for 20′ boat (w/owner approval). Master bedroom on upper level has a king sized bed and private deck with stunning views. Upper level has additional room for guests/den & on main level is an additional bedroom, large family/living room, dining area & eating area off kitchen, with pantry and laundry room.

Living-RoomFully furnished! Min 12 month rental, first/$1,000 deposit & cleaning fee $250 (non refundable), water, sewer, garbage, power included. No pets, no smoking.

 

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The Owl – Houseboat – $185,000 (SOLD!!!)

February 19, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

‘The Owl’ Houseboat – $185,000 (SOLD!)

The Owl - Houseboat
Use your creative ideas to finish this fabulous P&T Fabrications houseboat. Built on a steel hull, this solidly constructed houseboat boasts lots of space, stability, outdoor living area and extra storage space. Designed to provide 2 separate sleeping spaces, this houseboat also features an extra room for office/storage/or…

Well thought out spaces provide lots of living area, room for a nice kitchen, stubbed out for washer/dryer, and a 3/4 bath. Enjoy tall curved ceilings, lots of light and plenty of deck space with this extremely well built houseboat.

Currently located in Port Hadlock marina in a non-liveaboard slip (max 3 nights per week). Meet Seattle regulations by adding steering and propulsion and bring it to Seattle Waters prior to Shoreline Master Plan implementation (about March, 2015).

Live the life you’ve always dreamed of in this fabulous Steel Hull Houseboat.

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The Limbo $500,000 (Houseboat) (SOLD!!!)

January 22, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

The Limbo $500,000 (Houseboat) SOLD!

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This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own an outstanding, one of a kind houseboat with some of the best views in the entire city. Look across Lake Union to Gas Works Park and the Seattle City Skyline and the Space Needle. Modern interiors, striking detail, and smart design make this a home you will enjoy for many years to come. Feeling adventurous? Take her out for a spin! This houseboat is fully navigable and has been used as the official Log Boom communications center for Sea Fair since 2012. Live the life you’ve always dreamed of in this fabulous Seattle Houseboat.

 

Waterfront you can put your toes in.

 
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Features of this exceptional houseboat include:

  • Fully Navigable 55’ x 14’ 9”
  • Aluminum mono-hull
  • 3 bedrooms 2.5 bathrooms
  • Salon / media room
  • Gourmet Kitchen—Corian Counters
  • 2nd living area on mid deck
  • Upper Deck with hot tub & helm
  • Master with King, En Suite, Walk-in
  • Numerous decks, gas grill, outdoor bar, Canvas enclosed solarium
  • Twin Merccruiser 4.3 liter
  • Built-in custom closets & storage
  • Comes fully furnished

 

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Special Agents Houseboats Featured on Tiny Houseboat Hunters TONIGHT

January 5, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Special Agents Houseboats Featured on Tiny Houseboat Hunters TONIGHT

Jason at Seattle Marina-2Crank up your TIVO’s and DVR’s!  Tiny Houseboat Hunters episode featuring Special Agents Houseboats will air tonight on the FYI Network!

AIR TIME: 7:00 pm PST

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Join Special Agents Houseboats with Jason and his friend Sean as Jason looks for the perfect houseboat. This episode was shot at 3 different marinas in Seattle; Canal Marina, China Harbor Marina, and Seattle Marina. You will enjoy the tour of these 3 wonderful and uniquely Seattle Houseboats named Zingaro, Nick of Time, and Urban 5. For houseboat owners, small spaces are commonplace, but for many, the idea of living in a tiny space can be intimidating. Living on a houseboat in Seattle means compromising on space, but gaining on lifestyle, views, and community. Houseboats are a limited commodity in Seattle, with new regulations putting a tight lid on any new houseboats coming in to the city, so the opportunity to own a Seattle houseboat is becoming limited. If you want to see what houseboats are available, and to see examples of what houseboats have recently sold in the Seattle area, visit Seattle-Houseboat.com.

Filming at Hah ChooSpecial Agents Houseboats has had the privilege of participating in the filming of a number of Houseboat related TV shows, including two episodes of HGTV House(boat) Hunters, HGTV Lakefront Bargain Hunters, and FYI Tiny House(boat) Hunters.  We receive a number of inquiries every year to do this type of filming, but with time restrictions, we are not able to participate with every request.

Want to learn more about houseboats and the houseboat lifestyle? Thinking about buying a Houseboat? Take a look at our Houseboat Buying Guide. Just want to browse houseboats and get a closer look? See the Sleepless In Seattle lifestyle on a budget at Seattle-Houseboat.com.

FYI-coverBe sure to tune in Tonight at 7pm PST on the FYI Network. Let us know what you think of the episode.

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Seattle Houseboat Update

December 9, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Houseboat Regulations Update

KevLin-2010---SketchFloating On Water Residences, House Barges

& Vessels With Dwelling Units

For the last 4 years, houseboat owners have been struggling to stay afloat in Seattle. Not much news has been published since last summer, so we wanted to provide an update and offer some new information. Please note that the information provided here is NOT official, but rather is representative of our understanding of the current and proposed regulations. We have previously published updates on Seattle-Houseboat.com and SpecialAgentsRealty.com.

Seattle’s Shoreline Master Plan Update is NOT Final

Seattle has been working to complete the Shoreline Master Plan (SMP) for a long time and has indicated that they expect this to be completed by March of 2015. Until that time, Seattle’s existing SMP (Adopted in 1987) remains in force. How does this relate to houseboats?

1987 SMP is in Effect

The 1987 rules do not specifically call out “houseboats.” Those rules instead refer to Vessels, having steering and propulsion, that are used as dwelling units and to Housebarges, vessels capable of navigation by being towed. The ambiguity of this rule led to numerous Notice Of Violations being issued by Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD – previously known as DCLU) primarily against houseboats. DPD began developing the drafts for the new SMP in 2007, it became apparent that Houseboats were in danger of being eliminated entirely in Seattle Waters. As a result, we (Kevin & Linda Bagley)  formed Lake Union Liveaboard Association (LULA) and began organizing to protect the houseboat community.

SB 6450 Went in Effect June 2014

Over a 5 year period, representatives of LULA participated in City Council meetings, DPD Meetings, and met with Mayors, Legislators, and Senators to try to develop a solution. In June of 2014, Senate Bill 6450 went into effect, protecting “Floating On Water Residences” (FOWR).

A floating on-water residence legally established prior to July 1, 2014, must be considered a conforming use and accommodated through reasonable shoreline master program regulations, permit conditions, or mitigation that will not effectively preclude maintenance, repair, replacement, and remodeling of existing floating on-water residences and their moorages by rendering these actions impracticable.

  • Floating On Water Residences (State Definition) effective July 1, 2014
    • Other than Floating Homes
    • Designed or used primarily as a residence
    • Has detachable utilities
    • Owner/occupant held ownership interest or lease or sublease to use space in a marina since a date prior to July 1, 2014
  • Floating On Water Residences (Seattle Definition) effective SMP Implementation Date
    • Affects any floating dwelling unit (houseboats, housebarge) regardless of steering or propulsion
  • Vessels with Dwelling Units (Seattle Definition) placed in moorage between July 1, 2014 and SMP Implementation Date
    • affects “houseboats” with steering and propulsion
    • Owner/occupant held ownership interest or lease or sublease to use space in a marina since a date ON OR AFTER July 1, 2014 and BEFORE SMP Implementation Date
  • Housebarges Vessels without steering and propulsion, capable of navigation by being towed.
    • Pre SMP Implementation Date, continue to be regulated under 1987 SMP
    • post SMP Implementation Date, may continue to be house barges, or may become FOWRs. Owner’s choice.

What is a Floating On Water Residence (FOWR)?

In June of 2014, the State of Washington adopted SB 6450 into law, creating a state definition for a Floating On Water Residence (FOWR).

“floating on-water residence” means any floating structure other than a floating home, as defined under subsection (5) of this section, that: (i) Is designed or used primarily as a residence on the water and has detachable utilities; and (ii) whose owner or primary occupant has held an ownership interest in space in a marina, or has held a lease or sublease to use space in a marina, since a date prior to July 1, 2014.

The City of Seattle has created proposed rules to regulate FOWR’s in Seattle that are expected to go in effect sometime around March of 2015.

The following update is based on communications with the Director of Compliance for DPD , Faith Lumsden;

  • Based on the fact that the new law is NOT yet in effect, the current, existing law is still valid until the new law takes effect (probably around March, 2015). A “Vessel having steering and propulsion” can be brought in under the existing (circa 1990) law and would continue to be legal to be used as a live-aboard vessel. The City is calling these “Vessels With Dwelling Units” The city is proposing to offer a Plaque for these types of vessels.
  • Under the new law, only those “Floating On Water Residences” (FOWR) that have been in Seattle – with a moorage agreement or ownership interest, at a marina, PRIOR to July 1, 2014, would be eligible for the City of Seattle DPD Floating On Water Residence Plaque.
  • A FOWR would NOT be allowed to be brought in after the implementation of the SMP because the new law prohibits its use as a live-aboard vessel.

I know it is confusing, but there are 5 ways of living on the water in Seattle, four of which will be eligible to apply to receive a City of Seattle Plaque. For the purposes of clarification, I have created 4 Seattle Specific Definitions. These definitions apply to vessels moored in Seattle waters.  The 5th classification will NOT receive, nor be eligible for a plaque, but is allowed to be used as a liveaboard in Seattle Waters.

NOTE: If your Floating On Water Residence is NOT located within the city of Seattle, you are still a Floating On Water Residence, however, you are not eligible for a Seattle plaque, and will not be allowed in Seattle as a liveaboard vessel after the implementation of the Seattle Shoreline Master Plan (SMP) expected sometime in March, 2015.

Seattle Specific Definitions (See Chart Below):

  1. Floating On Water Residence (FOWR) – A vessel (with or without propulsion) that was designed primarily as a residence and was legally moored in a marina in Seattle waters PRIOR to July 1, 2014.
  2. Vessel with Dwelling Unit – Vessels that have steering and propulsion, which may be designed primarily as a residence, but are navigable, and obtained legal moorage in Seattle waters BETWEEN July 1, 2014 and the SMP Implementation Date (Estimated March of 2015).
  3. House Barge – Vessels primarily designed as residences, lacking steering and propulsion, but capable of navigation by being towed.
  4. Floating Home –  a single-family dwelling (NOT A VESSEL) constructed on a float that is moored, anchored, or otherwise secured in waters. Floating homes are required to be located in approved “floating home moorages”
  5. Liveaboard Recreational Vessels – Vessels, designed primarily as Recreational Vessels (Excluding Houseboats) as described in the new SMP regulations (Estimated March of 2015).

 

 Floating-On-Water-Residence-Plaque-2  Vessel-With-Dwelling-Unit-Plaque-2  House-Barge-Plaque-2  Floating-Home-Plaque-2
Seattle Floating On Water Residence (FOWR) Vessel with Dwelling Unit House Barge Floating Home
Moored legally in Seattle prior to July 1, 2014. Moored legally in Seattle between July 1, 2014 and date of SMP implementation. Was not in Seattle prior to July 1, 2014. Has been continuously moored and used for residential purposes within the City of Seattle since June 1990. A single-family dwelling constructed on a float that is moored, anchored, or otherwise secured in Seattle waters.
Designed primarily as a residence. May or may not have steering and propulsion. May be designed primarily as a residence, however must have steering and propulsion. Designed and used for navigation but lacks a means of self-propulsion and steering equipment or capability (for example, it is designed and used for navigation by towing) Floating homes are required to be located in approved “floating home moorages”
Includes houseboats Includes houseboats with steering and propulsion. After SMP Implementation, may be converted to a Floating On Water Residence, at owner’s option.. Must have direct connections to sewer and water utilities.
No new Floating On Water Residences allowed in Seattle after July 1, 2014. No new Vessels with Dwelling Units in Seattle Waters AFTER SMP implementation date. No new house barges are permitted. Subject to building codes and other specific restrictions
Meets CITY and STATE definition of Floating On Water Residence. May be legal outside of Seattle Waters, depending on local SMP regulations. There are currently 34 authorized house barges in Seattle Waters.
May be replaced. Has remodeling restrictions – Height, footprint, and square footage. May not be replaced after SMP implementation Can be expanded. Has the same restrictions as a FOWR.

NO PLAQUE

Post-SMP Implementation
RECREATIONAL VESSEL
Is legally moored in Seattle
Designed primarily as a recreational vessel.
Excludes houseboats.
Allowed both before and after July 1, 2014 and after SMP Implementation
Does not meet CITY or STATE definition of Floating On Water Residence. These are Recreational Vessels.
No Replacement or Remodeling restrictions.

Houseboats on the Multiple Listing Update

While Floating Homes and Moorage are able to be listed on the Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS), Houseboats listings were removed from the NWMLS in March of 2013. Although houseboats had been listed on the NWMLS for decades, they were removed because most houseboats are vessels and selling a vessel requires a Vessel Dealer License. Most Real Estate Brokers are not licensed Vessel Dealers. For some time, Special Agents Houseboats has been the only licensed Vessel Dealer specializing in Houseboat sales and has listed houseboats for sale on Seattle-Houseboat.com, SpecialAgentsRealty.com, and on LakeUnionLiving.com. We understand that this limits the market for the sale of a Houseboat and makes it difficult for people not familiar with our company to locate houseboats for sale.

 We have been working with the Department of Licensing to allow Floating On Water Residences to be sold by licensed Real Estate Brokers, which would then allow them to once again be listed on the NWMLS. To do this, the Real Estate and Vessel Dealer Licensing laws must be changed. The Real Estate Commission formed a task group comprised of interested stakeholders and commission members and crafted a draft of the proposed law changes. Bob Mitchell, Executive Projects Director for the Government Affairs committee of the Washington Realtors Association has taken the reigns to get this submitted to the legislature for the coming session. With little or no opposition, we expect this to be passed easily and to have bipartisan support.

Send us your questions and we will respond! (Kevin@Seattle-Houseboat.com)

Floating On Water Residences: Q&A

Q: Does my Floating On Water Residence require a plaque?
A: After the SMP Implementation, you will have a period of time to apply for and obtain your FOWR plaque. You will be required to have a plaque or be a Recreational Vessel as described in the new SMP regulations.

Q: Can I bring in a new Floating On Water Residence?
A: Until the new SMP has been implemented, Vessels, having steering and propulsion with Dwelling Units may be brought into Seattle Waters after July 1, 2014 and BEFORE the new SMP Implementation. These vessels will be categorized as Vessels with Dwelling Units. The process for applying for a Vessel with Dwelling Unit is not yet known.

Q: What value to me is the plaque?
A: The plaque provides security, assuring your FOWR can be maintained, remodeled, and replaced. FOWR’s are protected from NEW regulations which might preclude these rights.

Q: Can I sell my plaque?
A: No. You can sell your houseboat and your plaque will go with it, or you can remove your houseboat from the Seattle SMP area and replace the existing foot print with a new structure

Q: Can I expand my FOWR?
A: Yes.  Seattle FOWR’s may be expanded up to 120 square feet (with height and footprint constraints) without any new requirements. Expansion beyond 120 square feet require containment and disposal of gray water.

Q: When are the new regulations effective?
A: Although the regulations may not take effect until after July 1, 2014, your FLOWR must have been “legally established prior to July 1, 2014”

Q: Does my FLOWR need to have engines?
A: No, Engines are NOT required. This proposal by DPD has been eliminated.

Q: I heard proposals requiring Sail Area to Length Ratios, Freeboard Requirements, Symmetrical mooring cleats, fore and aft boarding stations, visibility requirements. Do these still apply?
A: No. These proposals by DPD have been eliminated.

Q: I heard I would be required to drive my vessel on a 1 mile round trip, hire a naval architect, and have my vessel certified. Does this still apply?
A: No. These proposals by DPD have been eliminated. No performance test is required.

Q: Can I repair, remodel, or replace my FLOWR?
A: Yes, with some restrictions. Repair is allowed, but there are some restrictions as to what can be done in a marina (max 25% of vessel at a time). An expansion of up to 120 sq. ft. is allowed provided it does not exceed the height restrictions. You can add Deck railings (36” max) and stairs. If expansion over the life of the vessel exceeds 120 sq. ft., gray water containment and disposal are required.

Q: Can I expand the size of my footprint?
A: No, with the single exception of a one time changes for stability as certified by a naval architect. NOTE: If you utilize the stability expansion, you cannot expand in any direction after the stability expansion.

Q: What are the height restrictions?
A: If your current height is 18 ft. or less, you cannot increase the height above 18 ft. If your current height is between 18 and 21 you cannot increase your height. If your height is 21 ft or more, you cannot create an expansion exceeding 21 ft.

Q: Does my FLOWR have to be USED as a place of residence prior to July 1, 2014
A: The regulations indicate that ”For the purpose of this chapter, a structure will be considered designed or used primarily as a residence if it contains a dwelling unit.” Per this statement, if your FLOWR contains a dwelling unit, it will meet the requirement of being USED as a place of residence.

Q: How do I register my FLOWR?
A: The exact process and fee amount has not yet been established. We anticipate that you will have to submit dimensions of your vessel, pictures, and some evidence that you were moored in Seattle waters, held a lease or ownership in a marina, were designed or used as a dwelling unit prior to July 1, 2014, and have detachable utilities.

Q: After I apply and pay my fee, will I receive something that indicates compliance?
A: Yes. After DPD verifies your FLOWR, you will receive a numbered plaque that is to be displayed on your FLOWR on the pier or landward side or side most used for access.

Q: I’m not sure if my vessel is a FLOWR. Should I submit for verification?
A: We are recommending that you submit for verification if you are unsure. Once verified, your FLOWR will then be secure and protected.

Q: If I get my FLOWR plaque, can the city make new regulations that will jeopardize my houseboat?
A: No. Once you have your plaque, you are officially verified as a “Floating On Water Residence” which is governed by Washington State Senate Bill SB-6450.

Q: Can I keep my FOWR on private property?
A: No, the regulation requires that the owner or primary occupant has held an ownership interest in space in a marina, or has held a lease or sublease to use space in a marina.

 

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‘Nick of Time’ Seattle Houseboat $259,000 (SOLD!!)

October 19, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

(SOLD!!!)

‘Nick of Time’ Houseboat – $259,000

Nick-Of-TimeOutstanding craftsmanship is featured in this spacious, one level houseboat with steel hull. Beautiful arched beams and high ceiling throughout the entire houseboat give a feeling of openness. Wrap-around windows in the large living area bring in light and let you enjoy the houseboat views. The spacious kitchen features lots of cabinetry and brushed stainless steel countertops. Walk in closet in the master stateroom and beautiful corner shower and vanity.
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‘Oh What A Day’ Seattle Houseboat (SOLD!!)

September 18, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

‘Oh What A Day’ Seattle Houseboat (SOLD)

Oh What A DayOutstanding Craftsmanship and upscale design make this a unique, classy Seattle Houseboat. On the outside, you will appreciate the modern metal and shingle exterior, 3 spacious decks (massive rooftop deck), exterior sound speakers and outdoor shower. Inside, you’ll love the beautiful bamboo hardwood flooring, designer colors, spacious kitchen with stainless appliances, adorable main 3/4 bath with large tile shower and nicely designed cabinetry. Upstairs, the master suite is very spacious with sitting area, en-suite half bath and a nice deck off the master.

Oh What A Day - Living

This amazing houseboat features a very ‘open’ feel with each floor featuring a ‘great room’ design, making entertaining and living convenient and comfortable. Tall ceilings and comfortable stairs makes this houseboat feel more like a home, while still providing ‘Waterfront you can put your toes in!”

Live the Dream in this beautiful upscale Seattle Houseboat

 



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