Lucy Mol is a 52’ Trad style narrowboat built in 2011 by John White and fitted out by her owner. She has been in the same ownership since new.
She has a traditional layout - entering from the stern via the large sliding hatch, the first room is the master bedroom with fixed double bed and plenty of storage from a mixture of cupboards and under bed drawers.
Forward of the bedroom is the off-corridor bathroom with large quadrant shower, swivel cassette toilet and ceramic, surface mounted hand basin. The bathroom also offers plenty of storage for a room this size.
Moving forward next is Lucy Mols wonderful galley with chunky oak worktops, cream cupboard doors, Waeco 12v fridge, Thetford caprice 4 burner hob, oven, grill and an impressive amount of storage space.
The forward most room is the saloon with L-shaped dinette, free standing sofa and solid fuel stove. The saloon also includes a drop leaf table fixed to the hull side, cupboards, shelving and a built-in stereo. The sofa converts to a double berth. The L shaped dinette could be used as an additional single berth.
Power is provided by a Barrus Shanks 35hp engine with PRM gearbox and twin alternators. She has just over 200 hours on the clock. She is also fitted with a small solar panel to help trickle charge the batteries. Hot water is via calorifier heated by the engine.
Altogether Lucy Mol is a very characterful boat and the fitout has been very nicely done giving a light and airy yet solid feel.
'Lucy Mol' is not at Barbridge Marina, so please call and a viewing can be arranged.