As part of the Mansion at Constitution Hill, which was once the Morgan estate, this magnificent home retains the ambiance of Princeton’s turn-of-the-century estates with period architectural details and grand spaces with great warmth. Mahogany inset paneling soars to 11′ ceilings in the entrance hall, with glass-framed views of the patio, pergola, and groomed grounds.
The expansive living room, the mansion’s former library, is exquisitely rendered with carved bookcases, 8′ limestone fireplace, and a gold-leafed tracery ceiling. Classic black granite, ample white cabinetry, and a matching banquette adorn a modern kitchen. The dining room, currently used as a family room, feels like a jewel box with pretty molding and vaulted ceiling.
A carved, turned staircase leads to a sitting room/bedroom with a fireplace, and an elegant full bath that offers inside access to a 2nd bedroom with a diamond-patterned wardrobe. The refined master suite offers a fireplace, arched sitting area, lovely bath, and a sunlit study lined with built-in cabinetry. The expansive terrace overlooks the beautifully manicured common gardens. Enjoy use of the great hall for entertaining.