18th c. Princeton Homestead comprising a 6 bedroom stone and clapboard manor house, c.1811; a 2 bedroom award winning renovated stone bank barn, c.1741; a stone well house and trio of stone outbuildings all nestled on 2 acres harmonizing gracefully with mature landscaping, woodlands and the Stony Brook. The manor house also features 7 fireplaces, 9'9" ceilings, hand-blown glass windows, original pine flooring and colossal kitchen hearth. The barn has living room with cathedral ceiling and sky lights, french doors and eat-in kitchen with granite countertops. In 1696, a Quaker settlement was established at Stony Brook (renamed Prince Town in 1724). Here Joseph Worth, one of the original European settlers, built his homestead and "Worth's Mill". The Mill operated from 1714-1914 and was among the earliest and most significant industrial enterprises in the area. Part of the Princeton Battlefield/Stony Brook Settlement Historic District. Halfway between NYC and Philadelphia. 1.8 miles to Princeton town center.