On the market for the first time ever! This award winning renovated stone bank barn, c. 1741 is now available in condominium ownership with the gracious Stone Manor House, c1811 on a 2 acre tranquil setting alongside the Stony Brook. This fully renovated barn offers three levels of living. The main level has a large living room open to the original beams above; a dining room; powder room and eat in kitchen. The lower level has two full bathrooms; two bedrooms and an additional large space, currently used as an artist's studio, could be used as a third bedroom. All lower level rooms have charming dutch style doors to the exterior. A dumbwaiter serves the level above. The upper level has a pleasant library/sitting area which is open to the space below as well as an office and storage area. This charming barn is part of a Quaker settlement established in 1696 at Stony Brook (renamed Prince Town in 1724) by Joseph Worth, one of the original European settlers. "Worth's Mill" operated from 1714-1914 and was among the earliest and most significant industrial enterprises in the area. Part of the Princeton Battlefield/Stony Brook Settlement Historic District. Halfway between NYC and Philadelphia and 1.8 miles to Princeton town center. Please note: Contract will be subject to review of condominium documentation and survey which are in final phase. Taxes and HOA fees to be confirmed.
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