Unique Sausalito Houseboat Sublet

First week in December 2007 through April 2008
• Rental Duration Aprox 5 Months
• Exact dates somewhat flexible - call us regarding dates

In Marin County, 10 minutes from San Francisco
• Studio-type space sutible for one or two people
• Ideal for commuter to SF
• Direct access to Hwy 101
• Golden Gate Transit (Busses & SF Ferry) conveniently located for commuting
• Shopping, markets & restaurants within walking distance
• Downtown Sausalito is within 1 mile
• Downtown Mill Valley is within 3 miles

• $1,100 per month includes parking, utilities, satellite TV, DSL
• First and last months rent plus deposit is required
• Employment and personal references requested
• Pet possible - call us

We are showing by appointment

Contact Doug Storms:
Cell (415)235-3789 / Home (415)331-7925
Email: doug@divingbeyond

Information & photos below

Houseboat Community
The houseboat is in an eclectic neighborhood of 40 houseboats in Sausalito. (View Street Map)

(More community photos below)

Sausalito is a beautiful small city on Richardson Bay, on the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy waterfront beaches, parks, marinas, cafes, restaurants, outdoor market.
To see a photo tour of Sausalito, Click Here

The Houseboat

The houseboat has approx. 250 square feet of interior living space with room for storage below. We have large decks, a floating patio, vistas of Mt. Tamalpaias and Richardson Bay. More details below.

Exterior (paint color, etc have changed since these photos were taken):


Floating patio with views of lagoon.

Furnished with built-in and convertable furniture:
• Padded platform (sleeps 2) which converts to a dining booth (seats 6).
• Large built-in desk
• Fully functional kitchen and bathroom

View from the boat

The Layout of the Houseboat

The houseboat is a wooden-hull landing craft converted into a houseboat. The rectangular "box" below the boat is a 40ft long concrete floating barge. The living space is a studio-type space sutible for one or two people.

Houseboat Community
Here are a few photos of the neighboring houseboats. Most of the houseboats were originally built in the 70's, many are painted & decorated. They are a poular subject for photographers artists, and are visited by travelers from around the world.

Showing on Sundays by appointment.

For more information please call Doug Storms
Cell (415)235-3789 / or (415)331-7925
Email: doug@divingbeyond

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