Buy A Floating Home
Near San Francisco | Rare
House Boats For Sale
Imagine opening your bedroom window and being greeted by the salty air,
seeing a school of pelicans and other seabirds fly by, watch playful seals,
and hitting the water on a kayak or stand-up paddleboard to wind down after
That is exactly what you get
when you live in a Sausalito
Sausalito has been characterized as a quaint Mediterranean-style
seaside town and is located 6 miles north of San Francisco.
The town also plays host to a
unique community of floating
homes, and a limited number are
now available for you to buy.
The houseboat at 10 West Pier is one of the larger ones currently available, at
1400 square feet. It offers you vaulted ceilings and generous sized skylights, three
decks, and a great view of the water from both the living room and the large master
From the large rooftop skydeck,
you also get amazing views of
the other floating homes, the
marina, and Mount Tamalpais.
On average, houseboats have gone up about 10% a year for the past
several years. Indeed, according to Marin County Housing Data, homes in
Sausalito have doubled in the last 10 years.
Owing to the fact that most houseboat
owners in the community are not
interested in selling, turnover is relatively
low. As a result, you won’t find an
opportunity like this very often.
The town is situated near the northern end of the Golden
Gate Bridge, making it easily accessible to the greater San
If you’re interested in living and
commuting, there is a 30-minute ferry
that goes directly to downtown. You
can be assured that you aren’t the
only one who says it sounds perfect.
Richardson Bay, where the floating homes are located, is abundant
in sea life, and also home to seabirds, ducks, and Canadian
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Find your Sausalito floating home today!