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October 26, 2020

Kickstart Your Next Phase of Corona Living in a Floating Home

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One of only 20 live-aboard floating homes in Mission Creek is available now, and it could be an excellent option to get out of the corona rut.

If you’re tired of being a landlubber working from your flat and you have the cash, 300 Channel Berth 14 may be the ticket to coping with corona times. The boat has three bedrooms and three bathrooms across three levels for a total of 1,780 square feet. The entry level has a loft setup and contiguous outdoor space. There’s an ensuite bedroom on the middle level, and the “penthouse” level features another ensuite bedroom, living spaces and deck.

Here’s a look at a few of the spaces, courtesy of Corcoran Global Living:



A floating home is considered to be personal property and is on the unsecured property tax roll, as per listing agent Eric Castongia at Corcoran Global Living. There is a lease with the Port of San Francisco, giving this floating home and others in the community the right to moor their homes on Mission Creek. The sale requires a cash buyer, as loans aren’t available. And it’s important to note that there is a $398.14/month berth fee that also includes the Mission Creek Association fee. List price is $1,687,500. Here’s the property Web site link, too.

What’s the comp for this home? 300 Channel Berth 55, a 2,192-square foot 2BR/2BA with an Arts and Crafts vibe that closed in August 2019 for $1,637,500.

You may have a raft of questions, so send ’em along if you’re interested in more details (eileen@insidesfre.com).

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