Surbiton Surrey UK|
Luxury floating home on a converted 1930 Humber Keel Barge built by Harkers of Knottingley. St Petroc is moored on the Thames with views across to Home Park, between Kingston and Hampton Court. (A number of mooring options available). Walk to Surbiton Station for fast trains to London Waterloo.
St. Petroc is 75 feet (23 metres) long, and below deck provides 2/3 bedrooms, including master with ensuite shower room, fitted wardrobes and fitted bed with underneath storage; a small double, and a small single bedroom or office. Good size family bathroom with large bath and shower over. Electric toilets with large holding tank. Living room measures 12ft by 16ft with wood floor, portholes and skylights providing great natural light and ventilation. Kitchen/galley measures 15ft by 5ft and is equipped with modern cupboards/deep drawers, tiled splashback, quartz worktop, gas oven, large American style fridge/freezer, washing machine/tumble dryer and dishwasher.
Above deck, St Petroc has a large wheelhouse, used as dining room, easily seating 6/8 people; and office, as well as the boat control panel/wheel etc. Large windows with 360 degree views and warmed by the sun even in winter, wood floors and built in window seat.
Diesel powered radiator central heating in all rooms, as well as multi-fuel burner in living area, immersion heater, BT superfast broadband available and good TV reception. Electric via meter and water from onshore tap with large onboard water storage tank (water filter fitted for drinking water).
St Petroc provides spacious accommodation and amazing lifestyle as close as you can get to living in a house with all the advantages of a river location. Very warm and cosy below deck in winter with central heating and multi-fuel stove, while cool in the summer. Wheelhouse has many opening windows and 2 doors to allow a cooling breeze through in summer and centrally heated in winter, or often warmed quickly by winter sun.
St Petroc has been regularly improved and maintained and had a full out of the water survey in 2016 and work completed as recommended in survey. (Available for inspection to serious buyers).
The engine, a Perkins 6354 diesel, is in full working order and St Petroc has had regular outings on the Thames over the last 3 years. Large engine room/workshop making engine easy to access and maintain as well as housing the central heating boiler.
Viewings will only be given to serious buyers who are looking to buy a houseboat of this calibre and have the funds in place. Full specifications, further information and surveys on request. SERIOUS OFFERS CONSIDERED - NOTE: St Petroc is waiting to be taken out of water for a complete repainting of deck areas. This can be done at time of purchase to allow for further survey and/or work by purchaser if required.
|Vessel type:||Humber Keel Barge|
|Builder:||Harkers of Knottingley|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Perkins 6354|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||23m|