|£1,350,000 Per Vessel ||
Plantation Wharf Pier London UK|
This Luxemotor Dutch Barge is on a residential mooring at Plantation Wharf in Battersea. Built by SRF in Harlingen and completed in September 2016 she was sailed over the North Sea. Designed with a Scandinavian influence, with no expense spared on the finish. A fine example of a fully functioning, luxury floating home - also capable of cruising European waterways. The barge is almost 30m long with 1,344 sq. ft. of exceptional accommodation.The sheer size and considered configuration results in a very versatile vessel which would serve a multitude of purposes. The boiler and water pump were recently serviced and the hull inspected. The vessel has the TRIWV certificate.
The lower deck accommodation comprises 2 large double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, large cupboards and dressing tables. There is a 3rd bedroom with two bunk beds, which could be adapted to an office. There is also a separate WC and a well-appointed utility room with Miele washing machine and separate tumble dryer. The sitting room has an abundance of windows and is therefore very light. The living area has a wooden floor with plenty of hatches for storage and also many deep cupboards. There is an underfloor wine cellar, a wood burning stove and a pop-up TV cabinet. The bespoke kitchen is open plan and has top of the range integrated Miele appliances, including fridge freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob. Access to the spacious engine room is through the aft bedroom. This contains the diesel combi boiler and Mercedes V6 250hp engine.
On the upper deck there’s is a large wheelhouse which enjoys a 360 degree panorama and is a stylish entertaining and dining space with wonderful views of the river. This opens out onto the substantial rear deck which has teak decking and a good sized bench seat with built in storage around the stern of the vessel.
|Vessel name:||Sargia II|
|Vessel type:||Luxemotor Dutch Barge|
|Length over all:||30m|
|Fuel capacity:||2500 Litres|
|Water capacity:||3000 Litres|
Mains from the pontoon specific to this mooring..
Each mooring has its own bollard which has plug in electricity, mains sewage, water and a telephone line. Payment for electricity and water is via an online prepayment system. The supply can be remotely turned off by the owner if the boat left its mooring so that no one else could use it.
Unless riverhomes notifies you in writing, we are only selling this vessel and NOT the mooring. The rental of the mooring is by separate negotiation with the marina or mooring management, all prospective buyers should make their own enquiries with them directly to understand the ingoing costs and mooring fees payable by a new owner. Any mooring fees given here or verbally are approximate and intended as a guide only.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.