The Quarry, Cam, Dursley, GL11

£575,000 Offers in excess of SSTC


A magnificent stone built farmhouse steeped in history believed to date back to the 16th Century. The property is Grade Two star listed reflecting its wonderful charm and character and has been skilfully maintained and refurbished by the current owners who have enjoyed family life in this delightful home for approximately 25 years .

The accommodation is generous, ideal for a larger family arranged over three floors incorporating many old world features which blend seamlessly with modern conveniences including a lovely bespoke kitchen breakfast room with range cooker and granite worktop. Updated bathrooms and gas fired central heating provided by a Rayburn range creating a focal point in the kitchen. Despite considerable refurbishment the property still retains much of its original charm with mullion leaded windows exposed beams and timbers inglenook fireplaces bread oven latched doors and a wonderful listed staircase.

The principle drawing room with panelled walls boasts a grand fireplace with a wood burner and there are three formal reception rooms with the dining room also having a butlers pantry/utility room.

There are three good sized first floor bedrooms and two bathrooms, with two staircases leading to attic bedrooms and usable storage space. Outside there are well stocked gardens at the front with a lovely fish pool and a private courtyard patio to the rear providing a perfect entertaining/alfresco area and access to the workshop/store currently used as a gym. There is a garage plus additional parking bays and further store area.

The Quarry is located approximately one mile from the market town of Dursley. On the Cam/Stinchcombe borders with local shops, schools and leisure facility/swimming pool. Whilst the towns of Wotton-under-Edge, Tetbury, Nailsworth and Cirencester are within easy reach providing extensive range of shops and recreational facilities. The larger cities of Cheltenham, Bristol, Bath and Birmingham are easily accessed by the M5 motorway junction 13 within approximately 7 miles. There is a mainline train station at Box Road, Cam located approximately within two miles providing commuting to Bristol and London Paddington via Bristol Parkway.

The surrounding area provides many sporting opportunities such as golf at Stinchcombe Hill, Minchinhampton, Cirencester. Polo Clubs at Westonbirt and Cirencester. There is rugby at Bath, Bristol and Gloucester. There is racing at Bath, Cheltenham and Chepstow. Hunting with The Duke of Beaufort and the Berkeley Hunt. Three Day Eventing at Badminton and Gatcombe Park, home of the British Open.

Locally there are a number of fishing and shooting syndicates and the area abounds with delightful walks and rides along the Cotswold Way. Directions from the centre of Dursley, proceed out of town along Kingshill Road (A4135), after approximately 1 mile turn left at the roundabout opposite the police station. Proceed along the Dursley Road and bear right just past the Yew Tree Public House on the Taits Hill Road. Turn right into the lane and Quarry Farmhouse can be found on the left hand side.


4.22m (13' 10") by 4.34m (14' 3") approx.

With heavy timbered front door to entrance hallway with limestone flooring, panelled radiator & leaded window to front. Access to cellar store and has power, lighting and window.


3.23m (10' 7") X 3.15m (10' 4")

With exposed beams. Two leaded windows with window seats and working shutters. Limestone floor, feature moulded plastered ceilings and panelled radiator.


5.21m (17' 1") x 4.42m (14' 6")

An impressive room with attractive wooden panelled walls and feature inglenook stone fireplace with beam-over and wood burning stove. Two panelled radiators, dual aspect windows with window seats.


5.21m (17' 1") X 4.72m (15' 6")

With limestone flooring, original feature fireplace with woodburner, log stores to side. Beamed ceiling, panelled radiator feature leaded window to side and back and door to butlers pantry/utility.


2.79m (9' 2") x 2.21m (7' 3")

With limestone floor a range of fitted base units and wall storage cupboards. Belfast style deep sink unit with mixer tap, leaded widow to side, fitted wine rack and plumbing for automatic washing machine.


With tiled floor and double doors leading onto rear courtyard patio.


5.41m (17' 9") x 3.25m (10' 8")

With a bespoke oak fronted range of units incorporating base units with granite worktop surfaces with drawers and cupboards under. Matching centre island with breakfast bar, matching wall storage cupboards and Mercury stainless steel range cooker with stainless steel splash back and cooker hood over. Integrated Neff microwave and Miele dishwasher, 1 1/2 bowled stainless steel sink unit with tap, space for fridge and freezer, recessed storage and wine rack. Flagstone flooring and fitted green Rayburn gas fired range cooker with boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water circulation. Butcher's block with beech work surface, archway forming part of an original fireplace with solid beam over and inset bread oven, leading to family room/snug:


3.81m (12' 6") x 3.45m (11' 4")

With terracotta tiled floor, fitted wood burner, panelled radiator exposed stone timbers, velux roof light window and stable type door to garden.


With vanity wash hand basin, low level WC and terracotta tiled floor.


There is a magnificent listed staircase to the first floor landing with window to rear and airing cupboard.


5.41m (17' 9") x 4.11m (13' 6")

With two panelled radiators, a range of built in double wardrobe units, dual aspect windows to front and side and exposed beams. Original fireplace with beam over.


4.75m (15' 7") x 3.40m (11' 2")

With dual aspect windows, panelled radiator, built-in wardrobe and shelved storage cupbooard. Exposed ceiling beams.


4.78m (15' 8") x 3.51m (11' 6")

With beamed ceiling, panelled radiator and windows to front and side.


With freestanding clawed foot roll-topped bath with shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Walk-in glazed shower/steam room, velux roof light window, built in linen and storage cupboards and panelled radiator


With walk-in shower cubicle having mains thermostatically controlled shower unit with glazed shower screen. Vanity wash hand basin, WC with concealed cistern. Beamed ceiling, window at front with deep windowsill. Polished wood flooring, chrome ladder radiator and fitted spotlights


There are two staircases leading to attic rooms.


5.84m (19' 2") X 4.01m (13' 2")

Beamed and timbered ceiling with further storage area with access to:


3.53m (11' 7") x 2.79m (9' 2")


5.94m (19' 6") x 4.01m (13' 2")

With beamed and timbered ceilings and window to side.


There are well stocked gardens to the front with Cotswold stone walling and ornamental fish pool. To the rear there is a delightful enclosed private courtyard terraced patio, ideal for outside entertaining with outside lighting and water supply. With established grapevine, climbing passion flower with numerous shrubs and borders. Access to store room/workshop. A summer house is located in the front garden.


5.59m (18' 4") x 2.82m (9' 3")

With mezzanine level, currently used as a gymnasium, with power and light.


5.79m (19' 0") x 2.92m (9' 7")

Open fronted garage with large parking bay to side. Approached via five bar gate, with further storage area. The garage currently houses dog kennels but these are removable.

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