Enjoy the tranquility of this floating home with spacious deck in the heart of the city. Hop on bikes and ride the Burke Gilman trail to explore the city. Grab SUPs or kayaks & paddle to a nearby restaurants for dinner or take the speed boat for a cruise. Close to UW, Fremont, Wallingford and all Lake Union locations.
THE SPACE: Best waterfront living in Seattle! Ideally located next to the Burke Gilman trail, Gas Works Park, the U of W, Wallingford & Fremont plus easy access to downtown & freeways. Spectacular & unobstructed city, lake & nature views.
Looking to share some fun water adventures. SUP to check out the view from the middle of the lake. Kayak over to the Sleepless in Seattle house. Try yoga on a paddle board in your front yard. Take an evening stroll through Gas Works Park. Explore Fremont, Wallingford or the University District by bike. Lots of adventures to be had.
Limited opportunity to enjoy this never available impeccable water front home in a park setting with an amazing city view. Looking to enjoy the prana from this spectacular home and all the fun water toys that go with it:).
ACCESS: Residents will have a private 2 bed, 1 bath home floating on Lake Union. There is both a full and queen size bed in this home along with comfortable reclining couches. There is a fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher, bathroom, washer, dryer along with spacious top decks with hammock. Marina amenities include off street parking, laundry, showers, bathroom, mailbox, bike storage (2 bikes included with rental), Kayaks and SUPs.
INTERACTION WITH GUESTS: Guests have private use of the floating home during their stay. We provide a binder of suggestions, information and nearby recommendations.
OVERVIEW: Join this unique friendly lake union live aboard community of floating homes, house boats and house barges. Lake Union is a freshwater lake in Seattle, joined by waterways to Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Gas Works Park sits on the
north end of the lake, a 19.1 acre public park built on the site of a former gasification plant, with ruins and pieces of the old plant still standing and built into the park. The park offers grassy hills for kite flying, picnics, and wide vistas of the lake and city. The Burke-Gilman Trail runs along the northern edge of the park.
Seaplanes scoot in and out of Lake Union, on their way to and from the San Juan Islands and British Columbia. The lake shores are lined with houseboats, and commercial and private docks for owners and renters of tugs, yachts, tour
ships, sailboats, kayaks and canoes. The Center for
Wooden Boats is a nautical museum on the south shore, with historical boats, sailing events, classes and workshops.
GETTING AROUND: Easy to get around on the Burke Gilman Trail. Either walk, jog or bike along this city wide trail. Three bikes are provided for use during your stay. Better yet, hop on a kayak or SUP, also provided, and paddle to a restaurant around the lake. Bus lines run nearby as well. Also, very popular in the neighborhood are uber, zip cars and cars2go.
Available August 10 or inquire about a long term houseboat for rent now or inquire about short term availability between now and August. $100 Non-refundable move-in fee payable to condo association. Minimum 9 month rental.