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Loddon – 60′ Trad 1993 Malcolm Pearson / Phoenix
Loddon is a really charming and well loved 60’ traditional stern narrowboat built in 1993 by Malcolm Pearson & fitted out by Phoenix. She is beautifully presented having had a full repaint in 2020, fresh blacking with 6 new anodes this month (May 2023) and a hull survey at the same time.
The well deck is nearly 6 feet long, has a glazed cratchboard and is covered by a cratch cover. The 900 litre stainless steel water tank sits under.
Glazed front doors (and bulkhead) lead into the saloon. This is a super cosy room with a Hobbit solid fuel stove, two comfy armchairs, and various storage options. There is also a TV aerial point.
The dining / dinette area is next. There are two tables, a smaller one with the larger one big enough to seat six around it. There is storage underneath and it also converts into a spare double berth.
The galley is 7’ long. There is a houdini hatch over and a side hatch on the starboard side, so it is light and airey. Utilities comprise of a 4 burner gas hob, oven & grill, a stainless steel sink with drainer, a 230v larder fridge and plenty of storage.
A starboard side corridor leads to the bathroom. The loo is a Thetford cassette (with spare cassette), the basin is ceramic and the shower (with extractor) is over a hip bath.
The bedroom follows. It is currently configuresd as two singles, but the bed does make up into a cross bed double. There is a wardrobe in here, a Blutooth stereo, and various other cupboards.
Steps lead into the rear cabin. The engine, a Beta 50, is under the deck boards. Only 35 hours have been done since the last service. The washing machine is housed in here along with the electrics.
She is centrally heated by an Eberspacher diesel fired boiler (can be operated remotely), and this, along with the engine or an immersion heater, heats the water. 12v is from the bank of three 130ah AGM domestic batteries, and 230v is from the 1600w Victron inverter or landline hook up. All the lights are LED and batteries are topped up by the 480w of solar. Most of the windows have secondary double glazing.
Loddon has been home to her current owners for the last 11 years, and has been really well looked after and loved.
Price: £58,500 - SOLD
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