65ft Narrowboat for Sale , Built 1992
Description & Specification
This beautiful 65ft houseboat, The Great Gatsby, is fully refurbished having undergone a full comprehensive scope of work in the living areas and engine bay including fuel systems and stern gear. Originally built in 1992, she was constructed with high quality steel plate and the vessel has excellent hull thickness, seen in a recent full out the water survey carried by qualified YDSA surveyor out in June 2017.
The Gatsby, has 305sq of living space and boasts a spacious open plan kitchen/ dinner/ living room. The boat has one bedroom, however, there is a convertible sofa with fittings to enable a dining table, or a further sleeping area allowing The Gatsby to comfortably sleep 4. There is a walk in wardrobe with a utility area and offers ample inbuilt storage throughout the boat. Alongside a brand new Webasto central heating system, a multi-fuel stove provides the boat with a cosy heat all year round.
As well as a fully renovation within the cabin area, the boat has also been lifted out the water for blacking and the engine has recently undergone a repaint and a full service with all oils and filters changed. The Gatsby is equally at ease as a cruising vessel or permanently moored, she has been designed and crafted with love and expertise at every stage and offers a truly magnificent living space.
There is space on deck at the front or rear offering wonderful views across the marina and Canary Wharf. The houseboat is fully functioning ‘home on the water’ and would make an ideal Central London living or an exciting way to explore the Regents Canal and other London Waterways. She is currently being offered with the option of a fully transferable residential mooring in the highly sought after Limehouse Basin Marina (with option for 10 year license). Alternatively, if you have your own mooring already or would prefer to continually cruise her, she can be delivered to your preferred location.
Limehouse Basin is superbly located in between the City and Canary Wharf with the DLR tube just a stone’s through from the marina with trains running to Bank and Tower Hill in less than ten minutes, and Canary Wharf is only 5 minutes on the DLR or just a short walk from the marina.
The mooring has mains fed electricity and water and there are pump out facilities on site; mooring and maintenance fees £10,500 per year.
Early viewing is recommended, please do feel free to be in touch with any questions you may have, or if you would like to come and see her.