Living on a Barge

The possibility of a unique dream home with water as its nearest neighbor. Argo was built in 1909 to run on the canal until 1956 when she was converted. Many years later she was bought privately and after extensive renovations created a floating luxury apartment for both permanent living and recreational facilities.

Take an evening swim when you get home from work and sit and look out over the water from the terrace at the top during dinner. Two large patios fit for this unique houseboat with the possibility of permanent residents. Entrée accommodate site-built sofa and hallway with coat hangers. Furthermore, you can reach the master bedroom with adjoining walk-in closet with small sky-light, and sliding door. Adjacent to the bedroom, luxury bathroom with space built in teak tub, double sinks, separate shower and wall-hung toilet and heated towel rail. The guest toilet is decorated with stained glass and teak.

An additional bedroom with space built bunk bed with a small walk-in closet that can easily be converted into the toilet (wired). Plenty of windows, notade ekplankgolv and bright colors. A staircase leads up to the wheelhouse, which is a large open room. Windows overlooking 360 degrees and doors to exit to the upper deck. Downstairs, we find a large and open kitchen to living room that gives an incredible feeling to four feet in height, its glass ceiling and fireplace. You can sit large parties under a starry sky. Opportunity to acquire a unique accommodation with fabulous views in the city center.

If your big dream is to live aboard a boat, and if you are not afraid of huge heating bills, this one is currently offered at nearly $800,000.

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