A modest geographic footprint and small population haven’t stopped Accord, a hamlet in eastern Rochester, NY, from becoming a travel destination in the middle of the foothills of the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. So, it’s no surprise that tickets for this weekend’s inaugural Dirtfarmer Festival in town are sold out.
Accord is known for its farms and orchards, farm-to-table dining, golfing, fishing and dirt track racing, as well as the brewery and tasting room at Arrowood Farms, site of the Dirtfarmer Festival, and a popular attraction even when Jackson Browne isn’t expected to perform.
If you’re attending the Dirtfarmer Festival and wondering what modern-country life in Accord is like, stop by 76 Store Road on your way to the Arrowood — it’s a two-minute drive or 15-minute walk, and we’re hosting an open house for a newly renovated, remarkably sleek, 1800s Urban Farmhouse that is priced to sell at less than $300,000.
This custom-designed home won’t be on the market long so don’t miss your chance!
Don’t want to wait? Schedule your private showing today with listing agent Helen Coyle Bergstein, Principal Broker, Nest Realty Co.