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Built in 1874 on University Place, the house was originally used as lodging for guests of the University. It then became home to three of the colleges eating clubs. Moved in 1908 to its current location on one of Princetons most sought after residential streets, this is an opportunity to own a piece of Princeton history. The first floor contains three public reception rooms as well as a large kitchen/family room. The formal living room has a fireplace, built in bookcases and arched bay window with window seat. This leads to the library/ TV room with more bookcases, built-in entertainment unit, French door to the patio and hidden wet bar complete with sink and shelving. Across the gracious foyer from the living room is the dining room containing built in book cases, storage and fire place. The entire first floor has 10 high ceilings which are accentuated by extra tall windows. The kitchen/ breakfast area has been renovated and the family room recently added. The cherry cabinetry topped with concrete counters provide ample storage and work space. The island contains a Thermador range with down draft exhaust fan, second built in wall oven, dishwasher, SubZero refrigerator and built in microwave. There is a second staircase to the second floor. The breakfast area has cabinetry for more storage. The family room adjacent to the breakfast area is comprised of walls of sliding glass doors that open to the property, one set of which opens to the herringbone patterned brick patio. The second floor continues the graciousness of the first with 9 ceilings, large moldings and tall windows. There are two renovated baths on the second floor. Both have limestone flooring and counter tops. One has an oversized shower with glass tiling, while the second bath has a jetted tub and shower. Each bath vanity has a nickel under mounted sink. There are two bedrooms at the back of the house. One has built in shelving, desk, closets, and recessed lighting. The main bedroom on the front of the house has a window seat that opens for storage. All four bedrooms have hardwood floors. There is a stairway leading to the third floor with three separate rooms and a bath with claw foot tub. The landscape design is by the current owner and the Senior Landscape Architect at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. An allee of crepe myrtle trees lead to the single car garage which repeats the decorative woodwork of the house, and carport. The home has a full house generator and multi zoned heat and cooling