The Boat Yard, Mill Street, St. Osyth

£98,500

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A rare opportunity to acquire the one/two bedroom static house boat located at the St Osyth village boat yard with picturesque views across the estuary. The vessel was originally named HMS Polsham being one of 93 ships of the Ham-class of inshore minesweepers. Their names were chosen from villages ending in -ham. The minesweeper was named after Polsham in Somerset. HMS Polsham was sold in February 1967 to the Port of London Authority who converted the vessel into a hydrographic survey ship, operated out of the Thames Navigation Service centre at Gravesend, Kent. She was renamed the MV Maplin.

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DRAFT DETAILS AWAITING APPROVAL.

Accommodation comprises with approximate room sizes as follows:

Entrance door to:

RECEPTION ROOM:

4.90m x 4.14m (16'1 x 13'7)

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM:

7.01m x 4.14m (23'111 x 13'7)

CLOAKROOM:

BEDROOM 1:

5.51m x 4.14m (18'1 x 13'7)

BEDROOM 2:

4.14m x x2.39m (13'7 x x7'10)

LOWER DECK:

STAIRCASE:

SITTING ROOM 1:

7.32m x 6.05m (24'0 x 19'10)

SITTING ROOM 2:

6.45m x 6.05m (21'2 x 19'10)

SITTING ROOM 3:

4.14m x 2.87m (13'7 x 9'5)

BATHROOM:

6.05m x 1.75m (19'10 x 5'9)

FRONT LOWER STORAGE:

TERRACE:

5.99m x 4.14m (19'8 x 13'7)

FRONT DECK:

AGENTS NOTE 1

PLEASE NOTE - Although we have not tested any of the Gas/Electrical Fixtures & Fittings, we understand them to be in good working order, however it is up to any interested party to satisfy themselves of their condition before entering into any Legal Contract.

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