A long driveway winds through pristine forest & past a geologically significant boulder field on the Princeton Ridge. At the end of the driveway, in a beautifully landscaped meadow, sits an inviting house designed by Michael Giardino, who created many of the magnificent houses on Brooks Bend. This house,on 20 acres,is a harmonious blend of gables, Palladian style windows, dormers, & narrow siding in a soft gray w/white accents. The front entrance opens into a foyer with marble floor & connects to the broad cross hall that is the backbone of the excellent floor plan. To the left is one of the most handsome living rooms to be found.It has a high,coffered ceiling,beautifully trimmed windows & French doors. To the right, the cross hall leads to the formal dining room. A large, open kitchen w/French doors that open to a bluestone patio. The sitting room balances the living room at the opposite end of the house. The great room has a massive fieldstone fireplace. A flying staircase to the 2nd floor, 5 bedrooms. Over sized 3 car garage.
Princeton, New Jersey is equidistant from New York City and Philadelphia, about 50 miles from each, yet it’s anything but a drive-through municipality along the Northeast Corridor. Read more about luxury homes in Princeton