Did you know that Tom Hanks used to live in a houseboat and now it can be yours? It's currently going for $600,000 and is a gorgeous 1,152-square-foot houseboat in Alameda. It was previously owned by Amos Hanks, father of Tom Hanks, where he, his father, and his stepmother Frances lived from 1973 to 76. The houseboat was actually built in 1973, the year that the family bought it and lived in it. Tom Hanks confirmed this to be true in a tweet on his official account. The houseboat has since been totally refurbished, including new painting and new carpeting being installed. Wait until you see the gorgeous houseboat Tom Hanks once slept in! Realtor / Angela Mcintyre This Alameda houseboat is described on Realtor.com as a "spacious, sunny, two story floating home at Barnhill Marina, located in the Alameda/Oakland Estuary." In addition, the description confirms that it is a "stunning, rustic open area consisting of the living area and a kitchen with an oversized island. The large, covered balcony on this floor highlights the view of the Marina." No wonder Tom Hanks and his family lived here! Realtor / Angela Mcintyre The bedrooms within the houseboat are incredibly spacious and all of them are carpeted. They also feature at least one to two windows which give way to a view of the harbor. Realtor / Angela Mcintyre There are one full bath and one half-bath in the houseboat. Both feature mirrors and a full countertop in both bathrooms, in addition to a full shower in the full bath. Realtor / Angela Mcintyre The stairwell is also fully carpeted and definitely on the narrow side. However, you're going to love what it leads up to... Take a look on the NEXT page to see what else the houseboat offers... Realtor / Angela Mcintyre There is an area on the upper floor that features a carpeted lounge area, the kitchen, and a balcony. The entire lounge area on the upper floor is complete with beautiful hardwood furnishings. Realtor / Angela Mcintyre Getting a closer look of the kitchen, the appliances are fully updated, featuring a microwave, stove, oven, dishwasher, and fridge. The hardwood furnishings complement the kitchen as well in addition to the dark patterned floor tiles. Realtor / Angela Mcintyre The outdoor patio area is a balcony extension from the upper floor of the houseboat. It features an outdoor seating area that is similar to a 'bar' with metal chairs. Realtor / Angela Mcintyre Not to mention the balcony also overlooks the entire Marina. This, pictured above, would be your view. Nothing like breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the water! Are you totally into this little houseboat? Be sure to SHARE this article if you are!