A houseboat docked on the Forth and Clyde Canal could be yours for £145,000. Located in Applecross Wharf, in the north of Glasgow, the deceivingly spacious home is on the market and open to offers as its current owners are looking to sell for health reasons.
The houseboat comes fully equipped with a gas cooker, an oven, a refrigerator, freezer, a shower and a washing machine. As well as this, the cabin has heating, a pressurised water system, a hot water system and fresh water wash.Glasgow Live reports the interior features an open plan living space with a dining kitchen, master bedroom with double bed leading to the patio, and cockpit with a versatile living area.
The broker comments on the listing described the boat as similar to a modern apartment.The full description says: "Boarding the Aqualine Wide beam 60 is just like entering a modern apartment with all the trappings set on the water."All ready for occupying, with good sized living space including the versatile cockpit space, incorporating a spacious dining area."The master bedroom also has a patio door leading directly to the foredeck for sitting out or just taking in the fresh air and views."The owners had the foresight to fit a bow thruster, thus aiding navigation for those days when you wish to take your home on holiday with you."Photographs of the houseboat show it currently docked at Applecross Wharf, with the inside full of wooden furnishing. Don't miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond - Sign up to our daily newsletter here.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk