There's no other house in all of Princeton quite like this head-turning, whitewashed brick residence located mere blocks from the heart of town in the prestigious Western Section. The defining architectural feature is a circular turret that holds a dramatic staircase connecting 3 light-filled levels, each designed to accommodate a separate aspect of a busy household's modern lifestyle. The ground floor is ideal for in-laws, guests and casual evenings. The living area has French doors detailed with leaded glass. The big bedroom suite has a private bath, while a separate half bath is just outside a room that's perfect for billiards, play or a home theater. The main level has a more formal air thanks to gleaming hardwood floors, fluted Corinthian columns and art niches that will make any collection feel special. The sizeable kitchen with polished black granite is wide open to the living and dining areas, fostering a communal atmosphere before and after meals. Multiple French doors open to an Eden-like garden, where grapes dangle from a pergola, water splashes into a koi pond and walls block out the rest of world. A study and 2 large bedroom suites, one with an opulent bath, complete the main level. On the top floor, 8 skylights pour sunshine into an office with a third powder room.