Seattle Houseboat: SUGARSHACK (SOLD)

Presenting… “SUGARSHACK” – $179,000

SugarShack

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Sugarshack is a tiny houseboat with BIG BIG charm. Loaded with character, this historic little houseboat has everything you need plus killer views and great outdoor spaces. The tiny bathroom is supplemented with a hidden bathtub in the living room seating area. At 200 square feet, Sugarshack is a tiny houseboat, but is fully equipped with a cozy, charming living room, efficient kitchen with many charming accents, a dining space for 3, a compact bathroom with mini shower is supplemented by a hidden tub under the seating in the living room, a bedroom with a queen size bed, and even a steering station!

Waterfront you can put your toes in!

Living-room
Sugarshack has a long history in Seattle dating back to 1946, when she was used to haul garbage! Now, completely refitted for living, Sugarshack will delight you with her charm and character

Life is Better When You Own It!™

 
Starboard-Side
Don’t forget the outdoor spaces! Sugarshack features a rooftop deck that is easily accessed via two ladders. There is also a deck off the stateroom that is perfect for morning coffee while watching the lake life go by. Life on Lake Union is unique and amazing! Imagine waking up to the geese swimming by your boat and relaxing with the sound of gentle waves lapping the side of your home. Life on the water is relaxing and there is nothing like it! You’ve dreamed of living on a houseboat! This is your chance! Don’t delay! This one will go quick!

The Houseboat community is a wonderful community where people share the “water life” and join together to promote the live-aboard lifestyle. Living small has never felt so good!

Features of this adorable houseboat include:

  • 1 Bedroom—1 Bathroom
  • Cabin Styling
  • Working Engines
  • Historic 1946 Houseboat
  • Roof top deck
  • Queen Bed
  • Efficient Kitchen
  • Dining area
  • Fantastic Views!
  • 1946—30’x10’ – 50 gal blackwater

Sugarshack Flyer

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