Funky Mid-Century Floating Home
A mid-century floating home? I didn’t know there were any!
Built in the late 1950s or early 1960s, the floating home at 3130 Portage Bay Place E Unit C was designed by Gerald Van Slyck and is a meld of mid-century, northwest contemporary and floating home funkiness.
Floating on a small 4-dock co-op, it is one bedroom and only 833 square feet but lives large with vaulted ceilings and clerestory windows and skylights. Plus it has moorage and parking (parking is rare!) Though no laundry, but there is a laundry room on shore.
Priced at $599k, this is very reasonably priced as most floating homes hit the market at $1,000+ a square foot.