Look Inside This Stunning Floating Home With Rooftop Views

Step inside the Hawk's Nest, a luxury abode nestled on Lake Union, Seattle, Washington with postcard-ready views from every angle. While many floating home interiors blend, that isn't the case in the Hawk's Nest. Everything in this floating home is custom. There's custom built-in cabinetry, from the living room to the guest bathroom to the master bedroom to the office. And you won't want to miss the custom nautically-inspired coffee table. This floating home hasn't always floated, it was designed and built off-site in Washougal, then installed at its current location. The incredible woodwork you see throughout is a testament to Boesel's artistry. The floating home, with its two-story ceilings, sauna, and roof deck has been featured on HGTV and in the New York Times.

The Hawk’s Nest is a home where you can revel in the ambiance of Lake Union living on this design-centric floating home once featured on HGTV and The New York Times. The coveted outer slip boasts protected views of Gasworks Park, with no neighboring home to the south, and a 360-degree view on the rooftop deck. Owners of the floating home have front-row seating for the 4th of July fireworks, seaplanes, and sailboat races. Walls of windows lead to three view decks, artfully framing the gentle but action-packed waters of Lake Union. Private open-format living offers two-story ceilings, a sauna, a five-piece bath, a view office, a grand walk-in closet, and a gourmet kitchen. Hand-carved cherry cabinetry throughout by the former editor of Fine Woodworking magazine. Rare accessory raft, two boat spaces, and city parking for three. Gated community and exceptional dock stewardship.

The floating home has multiple decks for enjoying the location. Included with this property are an accessory raft, boat mooring, and city parking for three cars. The floating home is two stories, and the tall ceilings let in a flood of natural light. Another deck for alfresco living. The dining room and kitchen flow together. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Your sauna is part of the deal. Not a bad setup for a home office. Custom built-ins abound, a roof deck offers picture-perfect views of Lake Union's beauty and vibrancy, and the Hawk's Nest floating home offers unobstructed, breathtaking views of Gasworks Park and downtown Seattle.

This floating home in Seattle is just one dock away from the floating home used in Sleepless in, Seattle, located on Lake Union, a freshwater lake in the middle of the city. The floating home is a perfect jumping-off point for water sports and offers views of Seattle and Gas Works Park. There are not very many of these homes, and there are not going to be anymore, as the city now restricts this kind of housing. Known as the Hawk’s Nest, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom floating home is just north of the one used in the classic 1993 romantic comedy, where Tom Hanks’ character and his son lived. The floating home gets its name from its roof deck, which offers amazing views of the lake and activities like fireworks and races, as well as the popular Seattle Seahawks football team, the home also uses the team’s colors in the design.

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