Step back in time at this historic Woodstock estate. Perched at the end of a winding, wooded, private lane, the property enjoys 19 acres, buffered further still by hundreds of acres of forever-wild State lands. Quiet and peaceful; secluded but not isolated; Quarry Hill was built circa 1898 just prior to the heyday of Ralph Whitehead’s Byrdcliffe Colony. The original owner was a metal worker/jeweler at Mr. Whitehead’s utopian community. Rumor has it the old forge (as yet undiscovered) lies somewhere behind the home. Perhaps you’ll find it during your stay?
As you enter Quarry Hill, you’ll find thick plaster walls, richly stained hand-hewn beams, vaulted ceilings, heavy doors with ornate iron detailing, a pudding stone fireplace and well-appointed furnishings, all of which speak to days gone by and invite nothing but relaxation. However, if you’re in the mood for physical activity, there’s an outdoor heated swimming pool to the front and tennis courts to the rear. Be sure to bring your racquets! With three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a laundry room, why ever leave home? Antique but not antiquated; Quarry Hill has central air conditioning, WiFi, Direct TV, and a Jacuzzi tub in the master bath, and a laundry room with washer and dryer. Have two couples traveling as a group? Quarry Hill Estate is the perfect getaway for you! The bedrooms are perfectly positioned around a long bookshelf-lined balcony – so there are no contiguous walls. Did we mention there is also a study off the living room, which might serve as a quiet workspace?
While at Quarry Hill, the only visitors you’re likely to have will be of the four-legged-and-furry variety. But if you want company, the village of Woodstock with all of its restaurants, shops and entertainment venues is less than two miles away.
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