Heathcote Farm is one of the finest estates in the Princeton area with a rich history and spectacular views bordering a nature preserve and country park with nearly 150 acres of preserved land, including opportunities for hiking and horseback. The Colonial Revival brownstone mansion, orginally built in 1850, graces the breathtaking grounds of Heathcote Farm next to the Village of Kingston, just 3 miles from downtown Princeton. The house has an inviting central hall that leads to all areas of the house and to a brick terrace overlooking the nature preserve. The first floor includes a grand ballroom with hand-painted leaded windows and twin fireplaces, and a sunroom, dining rm and study all w/fireplaces and French doors opening to the brick terrace. Parquet floors, 12-foot ceilings and handsome moldings all lend grandeur and elegance to the 1st and 2nd floor rooms. The brick terrace affords sweeping views with a great lawn and wide steps that lead to a swimming pool bordered by stone walls. Sharing the view is an enchanting gazebo.