Kingfisher, an exquisite 60ft Trad narrowboat, boasts a rich history with a 2004 hull and a meticulously completed fit-out in 2006. Recently professionally repainted in August 2023, this elegant vessel gleams like new, crafted by the esteemed Colecraft with fit-out by the renowned Barry Cousins, showcasing mastery in both engineering and design.
The spacious bedroom features a full-size double bed, complemented by two wardrobes and a small cupboard, offering ample storage for all your essentials.
Experience a luxurious walk-through bathroom with a full-size quadrant shower, glazed doors, a ceramic pump-out toilet, washbasin, vanity unit, and generous storage, ensuring comfort and convenience.
The well-appointed galley is a chef's haven, featuring a free-standing 4-burner gas cooker with a separate oven and grill, a new 70/30 fridge freezer, microwave, twin stainless-steel sinks, abundant worktops, and ample storage cupboards. A drop-leaf table and two stools create a cosy dining spot.
The saloon radiates warmth and comfort with the Morso Squirrel solid fuel stove. A full-size futon sofa-bed adds flexibility, and ample storage ensures a clutter-free living space. Glazed doors lead to the generous cratch-covered well deck, perfect for enjoying picturesque views.
With approximately £10,000 in recent refurbishments and upgrades, Kingfisher is presented in impeccable pre-owned condition, ideal for liveaboard or long-term cruising.
Embark on a journey of relaxation and adventure with Kingfisher, where every detail enhances your waterborne lifestyle. Don't miss the chance to make this exceptional narrowboat your home on the water. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and step aboard the Kingfisher experience.
Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these specifications, no guarantee is given or implied as to their accuracy. These particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Lakeland Leisure Estates Ltd advises prospective purchasers to obtain an independent survey from a qualified Marine Surveyor to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft.