Floating Seattle home makes splash on housing market

by Lindsey Wells

With limited space on land and water covering 71% of the earth’s surface, it’s no surprise that luxury real estate has raised its sails and taken to the water.

Floating abodes such as this buoyant Fairview Avenue residence offer seafaring souls easy year-round access to the water. A recent Realtor.com article recognized the “rarely available” Seattle property and four other floating homes that recently surfaced on the market.

Nestled on Mallard Cove in Eastlake, this three-bedroom floating home boasts views of the water through floor-to-ceiling windows in every room. 

With 2,000 square feet of space, the home’s chic design takes full advantage of the location, seamlessly blending the open floor plan with panoramic lake views. 

A rooftop deck features stunning views of Queen Anne, Gas Works and Wallingford, while lower decks are ideal for kayak-launching, storage or relaxation. 

The newly listed home is already pending sale, according to the article. 

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