Inscribed by stone walls, apple trees and a magnificent Civil War-era sycamore, tastefully preserved and updated, this Harvard country home uniquely blends the present and the past. Intimate library spaces lead to open rooms with post-and-beam cathedral ceilings, each with its distinct view of the many fruit trees and mature plantings. The main gathering space in this house is the open kitchen with warm wide pine floors, plenty of countertop workspace and an intimate seating area around a cozy wood stove with every window overlooking the grounds. Peonies, irises, roses, and hollyhocks are among the many blossoms through the seasons. This home is located on a quiet road a short walk from conservation land and just two miles from town center, schools, public library and Bare Hill Pond.