The “Queen of Lake Union” lists for $3.75 million

by Liz Economou

With a mythical-sized concrete troll lurking beneath the Aurora Bridge, the Freemont neighborhood in Seattle—most would agree—is the quirkiest of them all.

What one might not expect to find  in the Freemont district, though, is a sprawling houseboat with ties to Hollywood. (It’s rumored that Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher from “That ’70s Show” celebrated their first wedding anniversary aboard the floating palace.)

Dubbed the Aurora for its proximity to the popular bridge, the luxury dwelling is located at 907 N. Northlake Way  and listed at $3.75 million. It is also reminiscent of the storied Gamble House, a quintessential example of American Craftsmanship, originally commissioned by David and Mary Gamble in 1909.

With uncompromising views and a spacious floorplan, the exquisite 4,800-square-foot floating home offers a slice of Americana on gleaming Lake Union. Also known as “Queen of Lake Union,” it is an entertainer’s dream come true.

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