Saturday, November 24, 2012
Mời các bạn thăm nhà/thuyền (houseboat) sang trọng làm bằng gỗzo bão Catrina gây ra ..có vườn ..trên nóc nhưng có mái che .. dễbãng bán với zá là 1.7 triệu bãng Anh..
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Luxury houseboat with six bedrooms, two kitchens and its own GARDEN hidden under a retractable roof goes on sale for £1.7m
Becky Evans (Daily Mail Reporter)
A six bedroom, six bathroom luxury houseboat has gone on the market - and features its own incredible garden that fits under a retractable roof.
The £1.69 million boat has an enormous 1,302 square foot of perfectly manicured Art Deco-style garden space that can be hidden during bad weather.
The 'unique' boat, moored in Canary Wharf, also comes with further outside decking.
Prime location: Le Sorelle is currently being moored at Canary Wharf in London
Impressive: Le Sorelle features 1,302 square feet of Art-Deco style garden that comes with its own retractable roof
Luxury:The £1.69 million boat has been decked out with wood rescued following Hurricane Katrina
Prime location: With its own private decking, the owner of Le Sorelle has a perfect view of Canary Wharf's grand sky scrapers
Best materials: The boat has six bathrooms, complete with tiles made from crushed natural granite from Spain
With space at such a premium in central London, waterside specialists Riverhomes said Le Sorelle, which is moored in South Quay, Canary Wharf, is the 'best boat' they have seen in the capital.
The boat two kitchens, a bar, a wheelhouse, three reception rooms and two kitchens.
The impressive houseboat is decked out in unique materials including wood reclaimed from the damage left by Hurricane Katrina.
The American current owner, who has not been named, commissioned wood to be flown over after the 2005 hurricane that killed more than 1,800 people in the storm and subsequent floods.
American red oak, pine, hickory, pecan and poplar has all been used.
Director of Riverhomes Nigel Day said: 'The boat’s owner owns properties near where Hurricane Katrina hit and a lot of wood was forced down there by the storm.
Previously moored in Holland, she crossed the North Sea last August and is currently docked at South Quay.
Mr Day said: 'The interest has been unbelievable.
'Le Sorelle is one of those boats that people will be really gutted to miss out on.'
Houseboat: Le Sorelle also boasts two kitchens which also feature Spanish tiles
Plush: The houseboat has six bedrooms, pictured, as well as room to house three or four staff
Opulent: As well as reclaimed wood from the hurricane, the boat has handcrafted teak doors and windows and solid Brazilian Walnut floors
Disaster: A large tree was blown into a neighbour's garden, pictured, gives a small snapshot of the disaster wreaked by Hurricane Katrina
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