At 215 sq ft, with one double bedroom and an open plan living room/kitchen, "Lady Penelope" would make an ideal pied a terre in the heart of Chelsea. In addition to the cabin with the double bed, the living area has two bench seats, both of which can be used as occasional single sleeping areas. One of these singles can convert to a double. This characterful Norfolk Broads cruiser was built in 1970 and is 34 ft. long, 14 ft. wide, constructed of GRP and has a 1.5 litre BMC diesel engine. Immersion heater for hot water. Beside Imperial Wharf overground station, which is just one stop from Clapham Junction, the busiest station in Europe. This line also links to the underground at West Brompton and there are good links to the City and Docklands. There's direct access from the harbour to the Thames Path for walking/cycling/jogging and connections to the wider London road/path/park network including the Thames Clipper which docks nearby. Car parking at extra cost nearby. Convenient taxi pick-up point at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, beside the marina. There are cafes, restaurants, a supermarket and pubs all within easy walking distance. There is gated security, CCTV and a 24/7 security patrol. Mooring fee covers electricity & water costs plus use of marina facilities which include showers, toilets, washing machine and dryer.
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This fully navigable and charming 45ft. narrow boat was built in 1975 and has a shaft driven diesel engine. It's located on a transferrable mooring in the attractive area of Little Venice. This boa...Full details > Save to shortlist >
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