Employing quintessential mid-century features, such as vast walls of glass, clerestory windows and clean lines, this comfortable home designed by Princeton graduate, Carl F. Brauer, is perfectly suited to its woodsy .65-acre setting at the quiet northern edge of Princeton. Entertaining spaces live as one unified room with a brick wall and raised fireplace in the living area and skylights bathing the dining area in sunshine. Sliders open to a partially covered stone patio overlooking the private yard. Wood floors continue into a sizeable family room offering a whole wall of floor-to-ceiling storage and a grid of windows at either end. A full bathroom serves 2 bedrooms, one large and one comfortably cozy. A separate wing holds 2 more bedrooms, including the master suite with a fully tiled bath. The kitchen, done in wood cabinets and white countertops, is simple and efficiently designed. The garage conveniently opens into a mudroom with attached laundry/storage room.