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    357.125 €
    Navedene cijene: $ 398,000

    Houseboat - Custom

    Splavovi191223.16

    What an incredible opportunity to own a truly unique houseboat! This home on the water is turnkey ready for her next owners to enjoy. This houseboat has all of the necessities needed for comfortable living. She can fit guests comfortably inside or outside on the waterside deck. It doesn’t get much better than this. Move this stunning hunk of steel to its next location, or simply stay put and enjoy life on the water for years to come. You must see “Tapestry” to truly appreciate what her caring owners have done.

    About Tapestry
    Tapestry is a unique year-round residence floating on the waters of New England. The
    two-story framed house sits on top of a steel deck barge, which measures 76'x27'x7.5'.
    The structure is actually fastened on top of the steel deck barge around the perimeter of
    the framing of the house.
    The house itself is two stories:
    First Floor: 56'x20'
    Second Floor: 50'x14'
    The barge itself is all steel riveted with some welding repairs through the years, and
    includes an open interior. The barge is transversely framed.
    The interior of the hull of the barge contains the house's oil-fired furnace, sewage
    storage tank, and heating oil storage tank. The house is typical wood frame with cedar
    shingles, but custom built on the interior to the highest standards.
    The first floor contains the kitchen with dining areas (adjacent to large outside deck),
    dining room, living room with cozy wood burning stove, bathroom, and a large family
    room leading to an outside deck.
    The second floor of the house, which is accessed by an inclined stairway leads to a large
    open office space, bedroom, laundry/storage, and bathroom.
    There is also a central electrical system with 50 amp service. The home is equipped with
    heating and air conditioning.
    History
    From the Governor Herrick Dredge to TAPESTRY...
    All historical notes are the best of our understanding...legend.
    More than a century has passed since the construction of the Cape Cod Canal came to
    life as an artificial waterway traversing the narrow neck of and that joins Cape Co to
    mainland Massachusetts. One can only imagine the engineering capability required to
    complete such an endeavor, yet that was only one element of the massive undertaking
    during the long haul of digging the isthmus from Buzzards Bay to Cape Cod Bay.
    When progressing slower than originally planned in 1912, two large dredges, named the
    Governor Warfield and the Governor Herrick, were added to the fleet dredges and steam
    shovels employed. Built in Sagamore and assembled in Buzzards Bay each of these
    behemoth dredges wielded 10-cubic yard dippers, were powered by 13 separate steam
    engines, and were able to remove nearly 100,000 cubic yards of materials a month.
    The steel was prefabricated by the American Locomotive Company at Paterson, N.J., and
    was powered by 13 separate steam engines-operating a 10-cubic yard dipper for soft
    material and an 8-yards box for boulders.
    When the time came for the Governor Herrick to be launched on Palm Sunday, March 31,
    1912, a few feet from the canal, one of the ways sank a bit and the Herrick slid down and
    got stuck on the canal bank.
    A week later she was finally nudged into the waterway and her superstructure was
    added.
    In July the Herrick was moved west to start her mission digging toward the Governor Warfield (which was launched in August). With steam shovels digging a channel ahead
    of the two dredges, the two dredges started excavating with other dredges coming up
    behind each one – work which would culminate in the two dredges being within sight of
    each other in the spring of 1914.
    The final barrier (Foleys Dyke) was breached on July Fourth (on the 27th anniversary of
    the town of Sandwich) after which the two dredges worked to deepen the budding Canal
    before its official opening on July 29, 1914. It was a month after the opening of the Kiel Canal in Germany (June) and before the Panama Canal (August) – and these two Cape-
    built dredges made the difference. The attached photo taken in 1914 depicts the Governor Herrick removing the final barrier,
    located at station 234 in preparation for the Canal's opening on July 29, 1914.
    Many tides have come and gone since the days of building the Cape Cod Canal and for
    many of them the Governor Herrick made its way up and down the east coast attaching
    itself to significant engineering efforts from New York City to Boston.
    However, it was beached for years along the shores of Woods Hole, MA, where it
    remained until the mid 1990's when a previous owner realized it had the potential to be
    more than memory of bygone industrial digs. Remarkably, he believed it could become a
    home.
    From there, the historical dredge was brought back to life through a series of esthetic
    and structural fixes that led to its revival in this entirely different capacity...one that
    provides warmth and comfort.
    Now docked and floating peacefully, it exists as a cozy and one-of-a-kind home called
    “TAPESTRY.”
    Mechanical
    50 Amp Electric One red 900 gal. fuel tank (West side) One red 900 gal. Water tank (Center) One Grey 900 gal. Waste tank(West side )
    Two White 50 gal. Grey water tanks( West side above waste tank).
    30 gal. Water boiler. East center
    One green circulating pump for domestic water. (Located on Bench. Set @ 40psi)
    Air handling unit suspended from ceiling serves forced hot air heating and air conditioning.
    (Heat works off coil heated from domestic hot water from boiler.)
    Disclaimer
    The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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    KategorijaMotorni brodovi
    PodkategorijaSplavovi
    Prodajni statusavailable
    ProizvođačHouseboat
    ModelCustom
    Godina proizvodnje1912
    Duljina23.16
    Beam8,23 m
    StanjeUsed
    ProdavateljTrade
    Količina goriva900 gallon
    Zapremina svježe vode900 gallon
    Broj kabina2
    WC & bathrooms2

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