I’ve always wanted to spend a summer cruising the canals of England and Wales in a narrowboat, and when I saw this one in the Guardian, I thought, “I’ll Take This!”.
This widebeam narrowboat has mooring with a car park space costing £120 a month, but the contract is on a monthly basis so can be cancelled at short notice. The boat has two bedrooms, a three-piece bathroom suite, a kitchen and a living area, with walls and ceiling made from American cherry wood. The engine is an Isuzu 55Hp with only 800 hours of running. Yours for £88,000. It’s currently moored in Monkton Combe, near Bath, Somerset, a wonderful part of England.
If you hate your neighbours, like I do, you can just up anchor and leave!