Grade II Listed house with pretty garden.
Locktons is a handsome farmhouse which has evolved over time. Believed originally to have been a small dwelling with the studio being the cookhouse', with its timber cruck frame dating to about 1325.
A more symmetrical addition was added in the 18th century with the Queen Anne facade, with its red and blue patterned brickwork.
The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with Smallbone painted cabinetry and Aga range cooker. The dining and sitting rooms are both generously proportioned with large sash windows and original shutters, fireplaces and picture rails. The garden room enjoys views over the garden with French doors, large windows and window seats. There is also a utility room and a cloakroom.
The principal bedroom suite has wardrobes and steps down to an en suite bathroom with a double vanity unit. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor has two good bedrooms, one presently used as an office. The cellar is easily accessible, a good size and dry.
The studio is a large space with a room above, presently used for antique furniture restoration. This could remain a studio or with relevant consents be ancillary accommodation. Water and power are connected. The walled garden is delightful with mature trees and shrubs. A Garden Room is outside and is a great space for entertaining. There is a brick garden shed attached to the studio and parking for two cars.
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What a great house to come home to every day! Locktons is nestled away in the heart of the village and really has a lovely feel from the moment you walk in the door.Charles Elsmore-Wickens