Listed Grade II and built circa 1830s, Quarry Farm House is a stylish and spacious Georgian house. It offers the best of both worlds - large well-proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights in a period house of a manageable size. The house is typical of the area, constructed of local grey limestone under a pitched slate roof with Georgian sash windows. The house retains its period features and charm such as a fan light over the front door, timber banister and flagstone flooring throughout the ground floor. It has a traditional configuration with principal reception rooms leading off a central hall. At the same time, some modern touches make the house work and flow well, such as the large kitchen/breakfast room, Ventrolla draught proof windows and the upstairs laundry. The drawing room is worthy of special mention with huge dual aspect windows, one of which is a large bay, a stone floor and a handsome fireplace. The dining room is larger than a house of this size might usually have, as is the study, and these rooms would comfortably accommodate furniture from a larger house. The bedrooms are all of an excellent size, particularly the master, and two have the original fireplaces. One bathroom could be reconfigured to provide en-suite facilities if required. Beneath the building are a pair of barrel ceiling cellars, both of which are dry and offer excellent storage or potential for conversion into a further habitable room, such as a games room, playroom, gym or cinema room (subject to the necessary consent). Quarry Farm House sits in a quiet and peaceful position, in the small hamlet of Chicksgrove. Pretty wrought iron gates open onto a gravel drive which leads through the garden and opens onto a parking area for several cars. The garden itself is bordered on all sides by a half height grey stone wall. Two areas of lawn flank the driveway and a series of well-stocked beds and borders line the boundaries. The garden is of a manageable size and has been prefessionally designed and very well cared for.