Within three blocks of town center and long admired as one of the most stately houses in Princeton, this stunning Italianate Villa offers abundant space with soaring ceilings and wonderful natural light. Designed by renowned artist, Howard Russell Butler, the creative genius behind Lake Carnegie and founder of the American Fine Artists Society, the grand-sized rooms, exquisite architectural details, oak-sheathed library with 12-foot ceiling and 2-story glass-topped atrium offer turn of the century magnificence and display Butler's masterful hand, while affording comfortable living and entertaining spaces. Meticulously updated and maintained for a modern lifestyle, recent renovations include an award-winning chef's kitchen, luxurious master suite with a spa bath and Jacuzzi tub and 4-person cedar sauna, plus bedroom wings and a full apartment to easily accommodate family and guests. On one of Princeton's most prized streets, this masterpiece is enveloped by lush gardens and a delightful air of privacy.
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