While some find it necessary eschew San Francisco housing prices in favor of dropping anchor inside a Bay Area harbor, this bonkers houseboat at 59 Issaquah Dock in Sausalito boasts a price that rivals some of the city's steepest askings.
Coming in at two beds, three baths, and 1,838-square-foot, this circa 1965 floating home in the Waldo Point Harbor lands on the market for a whopping $2,820,000.
Of particular interest is the geometric dome living/dining room, hardwood floors, two kitchens, and—of course—180-degree views of the bay.
In addition to a few million dollars, the owner would also have to pay other costs As noted on SocketSite, asking "doesn’t include its berth which is rented for $1,200 per month."
But still, a downright cool home right on the water if you can float that price tag.
- Big Bay Views, but No Land, for $2.8 Million in Sausalito (for Now) [SocketSite]
- 59 Issaquah Dock [Estately]
- 59 Issaquah Dock [Redfin]
- Floating Sausalito home with tiny harbor asks $2.95 million [Curbed SF]
- To avoid outlandish rent prices, one San Francisco woman moved onto a 136-square-foot sailboat [Business Insider]