|Tax Status:||Tax Exempt|
Rochester Kent UK
Carpe Diem - Royal Navy Built, ex - Ammunition Barge converted into a comfortable live aboard. Dry docked in June 2017 and repainted with all work carried out. New survey issued at this time (June 2017)
Three double bedrooms - one with en-suite with full size bathroom, two sitting areas, kitchen, family shower room. Underfloor heating in main areas of boat and also a large wood burner fire in living area. Skylights throughout providing light and ventilation. Moored within a residential marina on a mooring with a garden. Mooring fees approx £370 per calendar month, security gate, on site cafe, bar and Indian take away alongside launderette and shower black.
|Vessel type:||Ammunition Barge|
|Length over all:||21m|
Accommodation comprises of :
Wheelhouse area - 3.98m x 3.37m with a seating area 3.98m x 2.20m which is currently used as a second sitting room but has been used as a dining area - a light and sunny room with views across the river. One of the benches can be used as a double bed for extra sleeping accommodation for guests.
Staircase down into main accommodation leading into kitchen - 3.50m x 3m with a range of cupboards, gas cooker and space for washing machine/fridge freezer - boiler room situated behind kitchen area.
Kitchen is open plan ito main living area 5m x 5m with a large wood burner for cosy evenings. Doors leading from these rooms into main bedroom, smallest double bedroom and also family shower room.
Main bedroom- 5m by 2.51m opening into en-suite bathroom
1.20m x 3m including full-size bath. Built in wardrobes.
Small double bedroom - 5m x 2.90m at widest point. This bedroom is very angled.
Further double bedroom 5m x 2.90m at widest point with built in bed with hidden storage. Wardrobe area.
Outside - Two outside decks suitable for enjoying the view from and also the added benefit of a garden. Ample parking in the marina along with a Cafe and Bar on site. Friendly community and the new owner will be able to remain on the mooring following an interview and suitable refrences