Sawley Lock House is a beautifully restored period lock keepers cottage dating back to 1793. It enjoys views over both the River Trent and the Trent and Mersey Canal. It is a two bedroom detached residential property incorporating two business areas, the Lock Keepers Rest micro pub and The Coffee Kiosk coffee shop. On the ground floor there is a beamed sitting room with wood burning stove, a kitchen dining room, the coffee kiosk with its own customer cloakroom, and the cosy micropub with its snug, bar and tap room. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The property also includes an enclosed garden, and a double car port with a workshop/garden store. There is also a covered seating area servicing the Coffee Kiosk.
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