Once the farmhouse of a prominent Princeton Township estate, this rambling stone residence has even more inimitable antique character than expected, as well as large rooms for entertaining and sunny spaces basking in the privacy afforded by 4+ acres, which have evolved over decades into an elegant combination of lush lawns, walled gardens and natural woodlands. In addition to the main entry opening to the formal rooms, both with fireplaces, a sheltered stone walkway provides a charming alternate entrance into the family room with windows along three walls and a door to the wisteria-draped terrace. A brick-floor sunroom is a cheerful place to enjoy breakfast with a view. The large kitchen adjoins with a center island over tumbled tile. Connected via a slate breezeway, a large laundry/work room is just below a separate, self-sufficient apartment. The four bedrooms of the main house enchant with window alcoves, built-ins and generous storage. A hall bath and the private master bath are clean and bright in white.