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January 21, 2014 at 4:46 PM

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Getting a move on


A 1,900-square-foot houseboat, built in Port Townsend by G. Little Construction, is pushed by the tug Glen Cove into the Ballard Locks on Saturday. The three-bedroom, two-bath floating home, designed by E. Cobb Architects, Seattle, features a fireplace and a sunken hot tub on the roof. Also on the roof is a fire pit. It took eight months to build and is the third houseboat delivered to Seattle by the construction company. It was towed overnight from Port Townsend, then pushed into the locks.

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