Category Archives for "Floating Homes"
Some of the original tiny houses were not built for Instagram-worthy photos, but for basic shelter from icy winds and harsh weather. The ice shanty or ice fishing house (also known as a fish coop, darkhouse or bobhouse) is popular in northern communities where ice fishing is a major winter sport. This towable ice fishing … Read moreContinue reading
Hey my name’s Jimmy, and I’m with Harbor Cottage Houseboats harborcottagehouseboats.com I’m really excited about this tiny boat. We build boats where the propulsion is optional – so we can build just a floating home, or a fully powered houseboat (with engines, generators, thruster, and helm); it’s totally optional based on what the customer wants. … Read moreContinue reading
He was new to the Puget Sound and real estate hunting had left him cold. Places in the city were too expensive and in the suburbs, only the cost felt right. On his first visit to our boat, he was fascinated by our life on board a 42’ powerboat on Lake Union in Seattle. “It’s … Read moreContinue reading
With Manhattan rents soaring, Jon and Tory moved out of their cozy apartment north of Little Italy, downsized, docked a sailboat in the Hudson River and moved in. During winter. This is how they make it work. Check out there website here: SailMeOm.com, and on Facebook: facebook.com/sailmeom A Couple’s Guide to Living on a Boat in … Read moreContinue reading
There is just something about living on the water that draws me. This home is very unique and like me you may find the price way out of your range. However, I like to share all options for downsizing and this is a winner in my humble opinion. This is also what I would consider … Read moreContinue reading