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Nautically-Inspired Floating Home Stands Out at $959K

Thanks to the wood finishes throughout and a modern aesthetic from a 2000 rebuild, this floating home provides an updated living option on the water, so long as you've got $959K to get in the door

Unit L at 2031 Fairview Avenue E might have been built in 1930 but it sure doesn't feel like old-world living on Lake Union. Thanks to the wood finishes throughout and a modern aesthetic from a 2000 rebuild, this floating home provides an updated living option on the water, so long as you've got $959K to get in the door.

The master suite not only gives you Seattle skyline views but comes complete with custom galley bar seating and a big glass shower in the bathroom. The second bedroom includes a jetted tub for when you want options. Head up to the rooftop deck for Fourth of July fireworks, not to mention just to enjoy Lake Union living any other night.

The kitchen's sizable and there's room for not just a living room but also an office space. The garage door opening gives you access to the water and whatever toys you've got parked outside. There's also plenty of storage to keep the items you can't fit in the 994 square-foot residence.
· 2031 Fairview Ave E Unit L [Windermere]