58ft Narrowboat Share for Sale , Built 2014
Description & Specification
Monthly fees £106 inclusive running costs, management and savings not included is winter maintenance, diesel and pumpout.
Heartsease is a pet friendly boat offering reverse layout configuration.
The open layout provides a fresh, light and airy feelling to this modern designed interior.
Entering the rear of the boat is the main cabin with wardrobe space to each side of the steps and storage under the TV, radio cabinet.
The websato diesel heating and a solid fuel stove enable cruising throughout the year.
Swivel reclining chairs adorn the cabin situated near the stove.
An "L" shaped dinette with hatch doors oposite enable you to enjoy the scenery whilst dining.
The generous galley has oak worktops, wine rack, eye level oven and grill, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, and all the inventory you require to produce a snack to a four course meal!
The bathroom boasts a full sized quadrant shower, a ceramic basin inset into a granite top over a vanity cupboard and is completed with a Electrolux pumpout toilet.
In the main bedroom is a kingsize (convertable) bed with and dual sided matress (medium-firm) also a TV and a generous double wardrobe, steps lead via double doors to a raised foredeck area.
12volt and 240 volt supply with 3kw mains charging system.
This share attracts 4 weeks(two peak season,two out of season) holiday per annum with monthly running costs of £72.92 inclusive of a full management package.
Extra costs are gas, diesel, pumpout per holiday.
Heartsease is currently moored at Bromely Wharf Litchfield on the Trent and Mersey canal.
Please ring Linda for further details 07800902323
We offer complete shared ownership care with a personal touch.
All of our syndicate boats are privately owned by their owners and offer 1/12th ownership which provides you with 3-4 weeks holiday per year.
Three of our managed boats are designated Pet Free but more generally boats are Pet Friendly.
Why not ring Linda on 07800902323 to discuss your requiements ?