A houseboat that's "not a houseboat" is for sale in Massachusetts for $275k.
The house was built in the 1990s on top of an old dredge boat called the "Governor Herrick" and is now referred to as the "Tapestry."
Here's some pictures of the 3 bedroom, 2 bath home:
Whoever buys the home will have to find a new home for it – or, if you're super lame, you can pay to have it transplanted to a spot of boring dirt someplace.
"The person who lives in it currently works at the shipyard, so he was able to keep it there. But a future buyer will have to move it. It's not going to be able to stay at the shipyard," said the listing agent.
But keeping it as a houseboat creates a world of possibilities in the "new normal" of Rona lockdowns.
Do you live in New York, where the governor is trying to hide the number of grandmas his policies killed? Well, just cast off and float down the eastern seaboard, passing from state to state as the draconian mandates ebb and flow.
Enjoy some time in Florida, or pop on over to Texas, and hang out with people who haven't gone crazy from the Rona madness.
And, if the U.S. implodes due to our total collapse of finances, culture, and grasp on reality, you can simply float on down to South America and set up shop somewhere more stable, like Colombia or Venezuela!