Premier Houseboats are pleased to present this spacious houseboat, in need of internal refurbishment, and new external cladding, and some deck replacement in places, yet providing plenty of accommodation on two levels. YC74 has plenty of external space to enjoy the surroundings of the residential marina, whilst being close to the shore for easy access, and being a very affordable size for mooring fees. Priced to sell, and taking into account the required fitting out, YC74 offers upstairs accommodation of a lounge with patio doors, double bedroom and family bathroom. A spiral staircase leads down to what could be a nice open plan kitchen/lounge.There is plenty of storage at each end of the boat, and room for at least two double bedrooms and a bathroom downstairs as well. YC74 was drydocked in 2015 where she had a new hull of 6mm plate placed over the old hull, up to and including the waterline. The houseboat is freehold and the residential mooring is leasehold.
Vessel name: YC74 Vessel condition: Fair Year constructed: 1909 Fuel type: Diesel Length over all: 63' 6" Beam: 18' 6" Maximum draft: 2' 6" Hull material: Steel
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