On one of the Princeton area's prettiest roads in close proximity to Nassau Street, 100+ acres of level and rolling land is traversed by Bedens Brook, which enhances the unmatched bucolic setting and invites both wildlife and birdlife. Blue heron, owls and woodpeckers come and go, while peacocks and guineas frolic around a chicken coup, charmingly situated across from the main cottage. A second cottage in the same classic cape style backs to a babbling brook. A caretaker's cottage and separate office are also comfortably finished. Three barns, one with a dairy addition, are magnificent in size and rustic appeal with exposed framing and towering white silos. Further enhancing the backdrop are the countless bulbs and perennials as viewed by the in-ground, heated pool. An allee of specimen trees adds a formal element to the farmland preserved property, which still permits one additional dwelling. An adjoining park extends the natural landscape. Sold "as is."
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