This sophisticated Arts and Crafts home sits on 14 rolling acres on one of Accord's most charming roads. Extensive use of quarter-sawn oak in flooring, paneling and moldings pays homage to the movement most often associated with the Stickleys, along with period-appropriate detail and workmanship, both inside and out. Brick paved walkways, stone walls and a covered piazza, as well as an inground saline pool with full outdoor kitchen add to the allure. The house is spacious and appointed with the finest of materials, including Waterworks outfitted bathrooms. There's an inglenook with a brick wood-burning fireplace off the large living room, which has extensive built ins with leaded vintage glass and a beamed, vaulted ceiling. A Tulikivi soapstone woodstove separates the living room and dining room, and besides providing delicious warmth, it features ovens which allow wood fire cooking. The magnificent kitchen with superb appliances, custom cabinets and a useful pantry is a cook's delight. Three bright and comfortable bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms complete the first floor. Upstairs is reserved as the primary bedroom suite with two full bathrooms, large sitting area, walk- in closet, woodstove, and a balcony overlooking the magical property. With its own driveway, but also accessed past the pond and over a footbridge over the stream, the 1200 square foot studio has its own full bathroom and would make an ideal home office, gym, or overflow guest space. The property enjoys an agricultural tax exemption whereby a local farmer hays the fields. Subdivision of the land might be possible as there's alternate access on an adjacent road. The house was built in 2001 as an expansion of a small pre-existing house that was built in 1976.