Once part of "Westland", President Grover Cleveland's beloved Princeton residence, this expansive carriage house on a double lot was solidly constructed from 1895 - 1898 to match the beauty and craftsmanship of the main house. Restored and expanded with gracious proportions, every detail has been carefully considered and impeccably carried out. Iron gates and mature plantings along a coveted in-town street shield the two lots from view. Specimen trees and easy care perennials are well established. Espaliered fruit trees grow against brick garden walls, creating a stunning backdrop for al fresco entertaining. Inside, original moldings and archways make a gracious impression in the front-to-back entrance hall. Where the presidential carriage was once parked, the elegant living room now features a fireplace embellished with antique Wedgewood porcelain tiles. Lacquered walls and bookcases envelop the octagonal dining room, making every dinner party unforgettable. A butler's pantry lined with inventive storage segues into the light and airy kitchen, designed by architect Robert Bennett. Past the large island and professional appliances, a family room and breakfast area with glorious box-bay windows opens to a private kitchen garden. Cozily tucked away is a spacious main floor guest suite. Upstairs, 2 bedroom suites have charming vintage tiled bathrooms and lovely leafy views. In addition, the master wing is nicely separated for privacy from the two suites. Sleek, smart and utterly unique, the marble sheathed master bath has been featured in design publications. Finely crafted built-ins and a window seat beautifully enhance the functionality of the master bedroom. There are far too many special and unique touches throughout this pristine historic home to mention. Come and experience them for yourself!