In 1933 an eminent architect, Alfred Hopkins, wrote his odyssey of building a house for himself! In ARCHITECT TURNS CLIENT, Mr. Hopkins described in a boastful, yet engaging, way of the 20 years he had spent wanting to build his own house...UNTIL he found the perfect location nestled among an enchanting arboretum where a magnificent beech tree beckoned... and VOILA! PRIORY COURT came into being! And a remarkable edifice it was...and is! From the welcoming entrance gate with its friendly lantern to the paved terrace with lily pool, and dove cote and gardens beyond, one is awestruck by the beauty and structure. PRIORY COURT is best known to Princetonians for its Cloister which connects the main house with the Music Wing (where 'tis said Albert Einstein spent many a happy hour playing the violin.) Now available after thirty-seven years during which a prominent family was nurturing and loving it, PRIORY COURT awaits the next discerning buyer.