This beautifully presented former lock keepers cottage, built in 1773, overlooks lock 53 on the Grand Union Canal in Loughborough. The property is full of character and original features including flagstone floors, beams, exposed brickwork and fireplaces. It arranged over four floors and most of the rooms face the lock, including the entire master suite. On the ground floor there is a hallway with a fireplace, which is open plan to a large kitchen and a large sitting room, a separate dining area, a snug with a fireplace, a study, a utility room, and a shower room. On the first floor there is a huge master suite which includes a dressing room and an en-suite, and a versatile room which could be a private sitting room, study or nursery. There is a further double bedroom on this floor, and a bathroom. On the second floor there is a further double bedroom and a landing area which could be used as a study space. On the lower ground floor there is a cellar. The garden is about 0.20 acres and surrounds the property. It includes lawned areas, a large patio terrace overlooking the canal, a small covered gravelled seating area, and a garden bar with a decked seating area.