It is located in stunning Nottinghamshire countryside and offers the quintessential English village life.
Aslockton is surrounded by similar picturesque villages and the market town of Bingham is just six miles away.
The village community revolves around the Thomas Cranmer Centre, the town hall which is adjacent to St Thomas’s Church. It is home to an array of events throughout the year as well as a table tennis club, art club and history club.
A range of amenities are also available on the doorstep, with Aslockton boasting a working blacksmiths, local shops that provide essentials and the atmospheric Cranmer Arms pub named after Aslockton's most famous son. The Cranmer Arms sits in the centre of the village, in sight of Cranmer’s house, and a mound where he regularly sat to listen to the bells of the nearby Whatton Church.
Aslockton has a rich farming history and is one of the settlements recorded in the Domesday survey of 1086. It was also the birthplace of former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Thomas Cranmer, who was born in Aslockton in 1489.
Nearby Bingham offers essential services, including high-street retailers, a range of national supermarkets, as well as a selection of independent shops and local businesses. Bingham also offers easy access to leisure facilities thanks to the leisure centre and the Radcliffe-On-Trent golf club.
Despite its rural location east of Nottingham, Aslakr Park offers easy access to Nottingham city centre, via the village train station.
The city provides a wealth of amenities housebuyers would expect from a modern city. It is home to some of the best shopping in the UK, with a range of high-end retailers. It is also a hotbed of culture, with Nottingham Castle, the Galleries of Justice Museum and the City of Caves all providing an insight into the history of the area.