A sycamore-shaded site along Princeton's famed Hodge Road adds to the allure of this flawless French Provincial. Whitewashed brick, copper fittings, and a slate roof seamlessly transition from the formal main house to the family friendly addition. Generously proportioned rooms with a fresh, contemporary feel have an underlying Old World charm throughout. The living and dining rooms are lined with seven sets of tall French doors and two fireplaces. Recent improvements to the newer wing include extensive built-ins around the vaulted family room, which complement the custom cabinetry of the kitchen. French doors wash both spaces in sunlight and open to the private rear grounds where pear trees edge a brick terrace above the refurbished pool. The unexpectedly large rooms continue upstairs with the front-to-back master suite. Three lavishly renovated baths serve four more bedrooms. A circular window and columns add architectural interest to the kitchenette and den of the self-sufficient top floor.