That time of year is upon us again as the arrival of the Seattle Boat Show draws nearer! The largest boat show on the West Coast, with landlocked exhibits at CenturyLink Field and waterfront attractions at South Lake Union, features over 1,000 watercraft, enlightening seminars, and the latest in all things boating.
This year, the event includes some exceptional prizes, including a pair of 2015 Seahawks season tickets, a one year membership with Seattle Boat Share, and a 7-night Mexican Cruise. In addition, there are a number of special events not to be missed as opening night goes "uncorked" with award-winning Washington wines from 5-9PM, January 26th is "Women's Day" with free admission, special seminars, and a reception for women, and January 30th brings craft beer night with "Snails and Ales" from 5-9PM.
The coming of this fabulous event has us thinking about how much we truly cherish the waterfront lifestyle and the unique opportunities it provides. According to the Sotheby's International Realty Luxury Lifestyle Report, we are not alone in our love of the shores, as most affluent consumers say a waterfront property sits at the top of their list for future purchases.
In addition, waterfront properties also comprise more lifestyle searches on sothebysrealty.com than any other type.
If you're following the trend and thinking of nestling on the water's edge, look no further than Casa de Mar a Cielo, my waterfront property in Tacoma currently on the market. It will be sure to satisfy any seafarer, from ordinary seaman to captain:
Casa de Mar a Cielo, Tacoma | Offered at $1,495,000
Steeped in Hollywood lore with a legacy of welcoming guests, this 1931 stucco jewel is sited perfectly. Step into a lifestyle of refined relaxation and complete privacy. Forever unobstructed Puget Sound and Olympic Mountain views integrate indoor and outdoor living. Classic vintage architecture remodeled to exacting standards. Scrumptious materials, indulgent features. Brilliant entertaining ease. Commercial grade kitchen is worthy of envy. Tie up the boat, pull in the crab pots and savor your sunset. Read more about this extraodinary property here.
To view other waterfront homes around the Puget Sound, visit RSIR.com.