Big money means lots of choices
From fire trucks to gardens
Live the floating life—literally—on Lake Union with these on-the-water homes in Westlake, Eastlake, and Wallingford.
A shipwright and designer made this boxy home into a colorful palace
The slip is included!
A classic houseboat design makes perfect use of a tiny space
From the Suzzallo Library to Hat ‘n’ Boots, these buildings all have something to say about Seattle.
At this price, find bigger studios—and smaller one-bedrooms—that are a little older, and sometimes a little weird.
Seattle is teeming with artwork, both appreciated and not. Here are 30 places to check out, from a delightful dog mural to a transit-only art gallery.
The boombox scene was filmed in LA, but there’s plenty to see here
Whether you’re new to biking, new to city biking, or just looking for a stress-free ride, here are some options from 1 to 6 miles.
Explore Seattle’s chillest or weirdest destinations—depending on your experience.
Seattle is full of farmers markets with tons of unique offerings just waiting to be discovered.
For $2,900 a month, would you rent a one-bedroom, new-construction apartment—or one of a selection of vintage houses?
A vintage houseboat shape meets a more contemporary interior near Gas Works Park.
Now’s your chance to help beautify the city. What are you waiting for?
Do you need cheap rent? Walkability? Transit?
Docked by Gas Works Park, this home combines classic and contemporary design with wood shingles and metal sheeting.
A creative layout offers equal parts charm and utility, including a well-equipped kitchen, a sleeping loft, and an airy living room.
The Fourth will be here before you know it (specifically, Tuesday) so take some time now to figure out your game plan.
Get out on the water on a kayak, paddleboard, canoe, or even a floating hot tub.
Whichever tone you want to strike—highfalutin with downtown views, laid back with mountains in the distance, just you two and a judge, or something else entirely—here are some A+ options to consider for your big day.
Our ultimate guide to the classic film’s actual Seattle locations, including the floating home, Pike Place Market, and Gas Works Park.
Seattle is packed with great comic book stores to explore.
Live small on the lake.
Bay windows, exposed grain, and room to stretch out define this Lake Union houseboat.
How a groundbreaking cleanup transformed a former gas plant—and created one of Seattle’s most beloved parks.
It packs a lot of cute into a tiny space
A two-bedroom house or a two-bed houseboat?
This three-bedroom home takes inspiration from the mountains
Two-bedrooms all over the city
Ornate Victorian mansions were among the initial styles to be built by some of the region's wealthiest landowners and businesspeople.
Build your skills
What’s blocking up traffic this weekend and how to ride transit to it (or around it)
Get started on your journey through the city’s cornucopia of publicly sanctioned skate spaces.
It comes with owned moorage, too
This shingled, two-story houseboat just a few blocks up from Gasworks Park in Wallingford has cozy areas to cuddle up inside and outdoor options for whatever nature throws at you.
These ten houses ranging from 500 to 720 square feet are the tiniest on the market in Seattle.