Ideally moored with a direct view of the Eiffel Tower, this large 39X5m “Freycinet” type barge with riveted hull is one of the last to be built at the Douai yard in 1939. Its change of destination was operated in 1976, when it became a houseboat, inhabited in particular by the German painter, Hans “Jimmy” Giebeler.
At the bow, it is the spirit “loft” and its large spaces that reign, while at the stern the classicism prevails: round portholes, wood, wheelhouse.
In the contemporary space, a large living room and an open kitchen are located in a beautiful volume of more than 50m2. Two bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower complete this first part. A few steps lead to a terrace and a footbridge giving access to the paved quay.
At the back and upstairs, a lounge “british” sets the tone: from it we access a second terrace which is covered.
On the lower level, kitchen, dressing room, large bedroom, bathroom and shower room, with common point a breathtaking view of the Seine.
Unique and incomparable lifestyle, with its location of choice, the magic can only operate and the magic to settle!
Community certificate issued in 2013
Baudouin engine DK6 (180hp)
This boat with its 230 tons is very heavily weighted for stability and comfort.
Metro and RER: Bir-Hakeim and Champs de Mars
Energy rating :
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80