Even though it boasts Princeton's most recognizable address, The Hilfield House has the relaxed air of a country retreat. The Greek Revival is hidden on one of the Western Section's largest lots and surrounded by the simple pleasures of a vegetable garden, artist's studio and free-form pool. Sprawling rooms with fine turn-of-the-century detailing were opulently revived when the home served as the Junior League's 12th Designer Showhouse. Venetian plaster quietly glows in the living room and a hand-painted mural decorates the library, while other embellishments await discovery in surprising places. Mingle in the paneled receiving hall warmed by a fireplace before serving dinner beneath glimmering leaded glass windows. A butler's pantry is lined with original cupboards, while commercial appliances modernize the kitchen. In addition to 4 gracious suites and a versatile third floor, the old servants' quarters were converted into a sunny 2-bedroom apartment available for renters, visitors or added kitchen space.