Welcome aboard Cushla, a timeless 58ft Trad Stern Narrowboat meticulously crafted by Colecraft/Rugby Boats in 1990. This classic vessel exudes character and offers a delightful living space with its thoughtfully designed layout.
Step into the fully equipped galley. An Electrolux fridge, burner hob, separate grill, and oven make up the kitchen essentials. Abundant storage is provided by well-designed cupboards, drawers, and shelving. A display cabinet adds a touch of elegance, complemented by generous worktops for convenient meal preparation.
The heart of Cushla, the lounge, welcomes you with a 13’2” multifuel stove, creating a warm and inviting ambiance. Glazed fronted cabinets showcase your treasures, while two Parker Knoll armchairs provide comfortable seating. A table with chairs and two radiators complete this cosy space, and a side hatch introduces natural light.
A versatile dinette offers a flexible space for dining or work, adapting to your needs and preferences.
Descending from the stern, the traditional Boatman’s Cabin unfolds. Discover a multifuel stove, a fold-out cupboard with a single bed, and a cleverly designed space housing the diesel boiler. Two large drawers and two porthole windows add to the cabin's charm.
Retreat to the master bedroom, where a 4’ fixed bed awaits. A wardrobe, four large drawers beneath the bed, a radiator with shelving, and an above-bed shelf contribute to the comfort and functionality of this space.
The well-appointed bathroom features a hip bath with a shower overhead, a pump-out toilet, a washbasin with a vanity unit, a mirrored medicine cabinet, and a radiator.
Some woodwork requires attention, allowing for personalisation. Experience the allure of traditional living with modern comforts.
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.