Library Place is perhaps Princeton's most recognizable address, not just because influential personalities, including a US President, have called it home, but because it hosts a trove of elegant properties within an easy stroll to town's culinary and cultural attractions. Distinct in style and surrounded by the privacy of lush gardens, this Italianate Villa is a town treasure with an illustrious past of its own. Abundant space rich in architectural detail adapts to a casual lifestyle or formal entertaining with ease. A large atrium gallery is an especially versatile feature that once held important works of art. Today, it is equally suitable for use as an office, screening room, playroom, yoga studio or whatever your life demands. The professional chef's kitchen exceeds today's standards and even won awards for its inviting design. Separate bedroom wings offer in-laws, extended guests and/or live-in help a place to retreat. Both visitors and residents will appreciate the proximity to NYC and Philly trains.