A Princeton Classic built in 1929, designed by noted New York architect, A. Embury II. Four full baths plus powder room and renovated eat-in kitchen. 1.36 professionally landscaped acres with stone terraces, covered porch, a kidney-shaped swimming pool and ponds with waterfall were the vision of Ellen Biddle Shipman, a trailblazer known for her transporting landscapes. Filled with inimitable details throughout, the house begins with a bright center hall adorned with delicate millwork. Paneling in the intimate study is completely enveloping, especially with the fireplace in use, one of three. A barrel-vaulted sunroom overlooks the pond. The formal dining room with elegant arched display niches flows into the up-to-date kitchen, with breakfast nook. Ample storage in basement, garage and walk-up floored attic. Walk to town and all Princeton has to offer: entertainment, transportation, boutiques, cafes, and fine dining.
Much of Northern New Jersey is considered part of the Greater New York City metropolitan area. Jerseyans, however, never struggle with identity crises. Nor do they need to cross state lines to experience cultural activities, the arts, hometown pro sports--or their beloved 24-hour diners. Read more about luxury homes in New Jersey