Tiny Floating Home is a Whimsical House Boat

Tiny Floating Home is a Whimsical House Boat

Tiny floating home is a whimsical house boat in Seattle so happy and bright it leaves you smiling and wanting more.  It’s resting in the waters of Eastlake, Seattle, WA and hard to resist.  I am excited to show you this delightful tiny home referred to me by Sarah on House Crazy who knows how much I love floating homes and houseboats.

The tiny floating home measures in at 790 square feet.  For outside living, the house boat has a small porch and sitting area in the front, and a nice little upper deck with table and chairs.  The roof-top can handle some chairs to watch the boat traffic go by and enjoy sunsets.  As I gaze at the front it looks like teeny tiny steps leading to the roof from the upper deck or is it just my imagination?

All the other rooms in this tiny floating home with a colorful artistic touch look like they have space to spare.  It is such a joyful, happy, place to live.

Tiny Floating Home is a Whimsical House Boat

Estately listing for this 740 square foot floating home is $450,000.  Built in 1997 with one bedroom and 3/4 baths.  As of this date, with only being on the market for a short time, somebody keeled over for this quaint float as it is now pending.

2331 Fairview Ave Seattle WA kitchenJust love this kitchen from the wood plank flooring, tin ceiling, large oven, and what looks like plenty of storage in the cabinets.

2331 Fairview Ave Seattle, WA liv rmLiving room is open from kitchen with the same flooring and tin ceiling.  The windows here and in the kitchen make the tiny home seem large.

Floating home deck Seattle, WAAmusing and charming paint colors like the upper deck in turquoise and gold.

floating home 2331 Fairview Seattle WA

2331 Fairview Ave Seattle WA

floating home 2331 Fairview Seattle WA

houseboat 2331 Fairview Seattle WA

Seattle WA tenas chuck communityThe neighborhood where this fun home sits is the historic Tenas Chuck community where the mailboxes seen below are as “unique as the houseboat it belongs to.”

Tenas Chuck community MailboxesI love the fanciful mailboxes and wonder which box belongs to this house.  Goodness gracious I want to paint my mailbox now.  I like the daisy, the green and white striped, and turquoise cloud with the red X.  The houseboat and mailboxes make me want to know this place and the people who live here.

Hope this lively place brightened your day.

Thank you Sarah for finding this tiny goldmine floating home.

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10 Responses to Tiny Floating Home is a Whimsical House Boat

  1. arod says:

    i could totally live there i would love to rock to sleep with the sway of the ocean what a great little find thanks for sharing Sue
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  2. What a charming little abode! I’ve always loved the idea of living in a floating home and there’s no better place than Seattle.
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  3. It’s like a little candy! Very precious!

  4. Carol says:

    My aunt lived on a houseboat on Lake Union is Seattle. I think it would be totally cool to live on a houseboat and of course with my love of color, I am smitten. The rooftop deck looks to be a little scary though – like you might fall off if there was a bit of wild weather.
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  5. Gracie says:

    What a cool getaway place, I don’t know if I could live there year round but still a cool place. I love the colors it’s just the cutest. Thanks so much for sharing.
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