Arundel West Sussex UK
Historic Humber barge houseboat conversion. Listed on National Historic Ships Register. Unfinished project. With rarely found shared freehold residential mooring and land. (3 other boats). Near Arundel, West Sussex. On River Arun. Length 61ft. Beam 16.6ft. Built 1936 by Richard Dunston Shipbuilders, Thorne, Yorks. New wheelhouse. No mooring fees, only council tax and utilities to pay. Parking for two vehicles. Connected to water, electricity and soak away. The engine has been removed so she is now a static houseboat. Possibility of at least one more bedroom. We have been living aboard Staincliffe while working on her but ill health now forces us to sell. She is a fabulous project with a huge amount of character in a beautiful part of West Sussex. Views of Arundel castle and the downs beyond. Ten minutes drive from the sea.
|Vessel type:||Humber Barge|
|Builder:||Richard Dunston Shipbuilders|
|Length over all:||61'|
|Hull type:||Humber Keel|
Engine has been removed
Riveted steel. Underside has been overplated