The SS Encinitas and the SS Moonlight are not your run-of-the-mill boat houses. Built from the ground up using salvaged materials, the sister-ship houses have not moved from their location since they were built in the late 1920s.
The two houses are 15 feet tall and pack a combined space of 2,190 square feet. And though they might not have ever been real boats, they come pretty close to mimicking their seaworthy cousins with things like plaster hulls, portholes and a galley.
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The SS Encinitas and the SS Moonlight are Two Shipshape Salvaged Homes
- By: Jordan MJan 23, 2011