It derives its name from former stables which belonged to Midgell Farm, once a working farm. It is located in a superb setting almost at the end of a 0.25 mile approach that feeds a total of four properties. There are extensive open views, particularly from its garden at the front towards the Tyntesfield Estate and wide open views over countryside in all directions.
The conversion is stunning although effectively the property has been rebuilt. The accommodation is light with windows and bi-folds doors designed to take advantage of the superb views. The property is finished to an exceptionally high standard, and emphasis is given to low maintenance and high energy. All bath/shower rooms are bespoke and the contemporary and imaginative new interior blends the traditional with the present. The original stone elevations are under a new tiled roof. There are new internal oak tongue and groove doors with iron latch furniture, light oak lintels and exposed roof trusses. A limestone floor is laid in the reception hall, kitchen/
dining/sitting room and utility room. There is under floor central heating throughout provided by an air source heat pump and all windows are double glazed.
From the central reception hall with gallery landing, glazed double doors lead into a stunning open plan 31' kitchen/dining/sitting room with exposed roof trusses and bi-fold doors that open to the rear garden with extensive views. The bespoke painted oak kitchen by Mark Butterfield has a central island with breakfast bar and integrated appliances include, two ovens, microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator/freezer unit and dishwasher. The utility room is fitted out to match the kitchen.
The sitting room has two pairs of double French doors and a single French door opening to the garden to the south and west, with superb views. Off the hall, is a study/bedroom 5, guest suite with en suite shower room and wardrobe, utility room and separate cloakroom.
The first floor is approached over a turning staircase and rises to a gallery landing with vaulted ceiling overlooking the kitchen/dining/sitting room. The principal bedroom has an en suite bath/shower room and the two further bedrooms have the use of a family bath/shower room, all beautifully fitted.
The Stables is situated almost at the end of a most impressive and private 0.25 of a mile approach with open countryside views. The sweeping drive to The Stables branches off and leads to a gravel parking area for a number of cars in front of the property.
The gardens have been designed for low maintenance with lawns, gravel, and paved walkways. There are areas of level.lawn at the front of the property with extensive views. And to the rear, there is a terrace outside the sitting room and kitchen/dining/sitting room, ideal for entertaining and taking advantage of the view. There is also a further area of lawn and a terrace immediately outside the guest
bedroom suite which has lovely views
When in Chelvey from the Bristol direction, pass Chelvey Church on the right hand side. Continue, and just before a small bridge, white gates are seen on the left hand side. Turn left through the gates (signed Midgell) and follow for about 0.25 mile. Branch off, to the right, in front of white park railings and the tarmac drive leads to a gravel drive. The Stables is seen at the end on the left hand side