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Eastlake floating home with epic downtown, Space Needle views

By March 6, 2022

Eastlake, Floating Homes

Situated at Eastlake’s southern-most dock, 2017 Fairview Ave. E – Unit B offers a front-row seat to legendary views of the Seattle skyline, Space Needle and Queen Anne. The one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom home features more than 1,400 square feet and boasts a rare combination of jaw-dropping views, privacy and easy access to Seattle’s favorite swimming and water sports destination.

Built in 1978, the home’s midcentury design is the work of local architect Norman Sandler. An actual stone’s throw from Terry Pettus Park cove, the home features a circular, two-floor layout with exposed wood beams, stained glass, built-ins and a cozy fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows line the south side of the home, providing next-level visual access to the city. Off the downstairs living and dining room, doors open onto a spacious deck. Perfect for alfresco eats, scoping out local wildlife or watching seaplanes take off and land, the deck also provides a launch point for your swim or paddle.

Upstairs, the primary bedroom offers a large layout—complete with room for a sitting area or secondary living space. Wake up each morning and fall asleep every night with the lights of downtown twinkling in the background. Enjoy coffee on the private balcony, your cozy perch above the water.  

Listed by Danny Varona, Realogics Sotheby’s Int’l Rlty | Listed at $3,300,000