Once a cargo ship, this Dutch Luximotor is now a fully-functioning seaside home.
Our story begins in 1987, with a freighter that extensively sailed across the European waters during its laboring feats. From the French channel systems to the Dutch canals, this vessel saw many impressive sights before being converted into a luxurious home.
By 1988, the cargo-to-houseboat makeover was complete, and the owner finally settled this trusty seafarer in the UK. Fast forward to present times, and see the boat currently anchored into London's Canary Wharf, waiting to embark on another adventure with a brand new owner.
Anyone would be lucky to snag this little beauty for themselves. Come and explore this incredible houseboat in all its glory.
Even with its homely additions, this marvelous dwelling is still very much an operational vessel. The new owner is set to enjoy a leisurely cruise on a houseboat comprised of three bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen, wheelhouse and outer deck.
Light oak and wood paneling are used to create a bright and relaxed interior atmosphere. The open-plan design also appeals to traditional nautical vibes, with royal blues and white painted walls adding a seafaring feel.
The kitchen is modern and complete, and comes with an oven, cooktop, hood, fridge and an array of shelving and storage facilities.
Make your way upstairs to find one of the three bedrooms. For the snoozing captain, this sleeping area provides a handy view of the helm.
With so many lighting fixtures and windows in a single room, this houseboat is aesthetically brilliant in all of its main areas.
Even the smallest bedroom makes great use of natural lighting, with skylights shining from above. This may seem limited by comparison, but with the white walls and LED lighting, the simplicity in this bedroom's design definitely does the trick.
And to anchor up our houseboat tour, here's a glimpse of the bathroom. As with every other area of this vessel, the bathroom playfully blends wooden textures and white hues in its interiors. The small picture frames on the walls and vanity add a nice, low-key decorative flair to this area too.
This houseboat has certainly come a long way, from her basic cargo functions to being made into a heavenly seaside escape. Whoever is able to claim this boat as their own will be thrilled with such a lush, beautifully- crafted dwelling.