This superb stable block, built in the 1770s and remodelled in the 1820s, once housed a famous polo stud and Bostock ponies were nationally acclaimed. The main Italianate spire houses five individual bronze bells which used to ring the time of day. The main clock works are housed in a display case within the central unit.
The stable proved difficult to convert, but an ingenious use of levels produces properties that are both pleasingly special and novel. Each of the two side properties are similar to each other with the main central unit being positively stunning. Large feature windows dominate both elevations and were the existing entrances to the stables.
The properties all have double-glazed windows with the benefit of roof and wall insulation and gas central heating.
The patios and gardens leads on to the communal lawned gardens at the rear of the properties.
Residents have access to the Parkland’s communal gardens, a large lake with fishing rights, and a woodland walk through the mature forest trails.