In the heart of the Littlebrook section of Princeton, this center-hall colonial sits at the end of a cul-de-sac in beautiful and peaceful tranquility. Four bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, with renovated and updated kitchen and baths. This is a must see and is sure to move very quickly. See more here.
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This impressive, generously proportioned home has been totally transformed from what it once was 50 years ago to a light, bright, up-to-date residence with a wealth of notable features. Although most will be attracted to the beauty of the rooms, many with Brazilian Koa wood flooring, the systems are equally appealing and include a 2008 Geothermal heating and cooling system, new roof and siding, all new 300 Amp electric service, upgraded lighting and tilt-in windows for easy cleaning. There’s even an in-ground pool. Princeton address without the Princeton price tag. Take a closer look Here.
The top-to-bottom restoration of the historic Higgins House was a labor of love lasting nearly 4 years. Now, the rambling red structure, which stands at Franklin Township’s edge welcoming all to the charming village of Kingston, is as solid and handsome as it was in 1709. Original woodwork and wide-plank pine floors are in lovely condition. Missing lengths of molding were perfectly matched and elegant archways recreated. Hand-hewn beams, some whitewashed and others still showing their bark, span ceilings upstairs and in the transformed basement. Currently a thriving day spa and yoga studio, the main building dons warm colors, with a sound system and 4 fireplaces, all converted to gas, enhancing the palpable ambiance. The upper level has treatment rooms ranging in size, while the main level has larger spaces for reception and exercise. High-end locker rooms are located below. Lush plantings and a second annex building, still in renovation, shroud a Zen garden with sauna and 4 cedar soaking tubs open to the stars. Take a closer look here!
You’ve heard the old saying – “Location, Location, Location.”
The real truth is “Location, Condition, and Price.” And price trumps every other factor.
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As you may have heard, forecasters are calling for a dramatic drop in temperature as the day progresses. New Jersey could experience record lows tonight and tomorrow. The time to prepare is now. Here are some quick and easy tips to prevent the water pipes in your home from freezing and potentially causing an expensive mess:
- Let cold water trickle from the faucets in your home. Turn off water leading to outside faucets and open those taps to drain any water remaining in the pipes.
- Keep garage doors closed, especially if you have water supply lines in the garage.
- Open kitchen and bathroom cabinets to allow warm arm to reach the plumbing. Be sure to move any cleaners or chemicals out of the reach of children and pets.
- Keep your thermostat set to the same temperature throughout this cold spell. You may incur a higher heating bill, but you will be preventing a more costly repair job. If you are leaving town, set the temperature in your home to no lower than 65º F.
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This lightly lived-in and impeccably maintained East Windsor townhouse has the benefit of being an end-unit for spectacular light all the day and more surrounding greenery to enjoy from the many windows throughout. Soft and spotless neutral carpeting and doses of fresh color enhance the clean, contemporary atmosphere of the open floor plan. An easy-to-care-for tiled foyer introduces the living room with big bay window and an open flow into the dining room. The kitchen, beyond, has solid wood cabinetry, a wide slider to the outdoors and even more space for serving meals. A tall arched window lights the path to the upstairs, where 2 bedrooms share a hall bath and the master suite has a gleaming white bath with dual vanity, soaking tub and separate stall shower. Tucked next to the attached garage, a covered patio accented with brick imparts a warm welcome. The community of Windsor Meadows is a leisurely distance from the lively shopping area of historic Hightstown. To see more, click here!
Existing home sales are up 11% year over year. If foreclosures and short sales are excluded, then sales are up 25% year over year! This shift away from distressed sales is a sure indicator that the industry is in recovery. Home sales dropped in the month of September but that was expected due to the rate spike in May/June. The recent government shutdown won’t manifest itself in home sales until later.
This 1880’s Victorian “Grand Dame” sits right on the edge of Hopewell Borough on 4.77 subdividable acres in a highly visible spot that is ideal for a restaurant or B&B endeavor or a myriad of other opportunities. A beautiful building that is currently used as a day spa, a timber wraparound porch provides an inviting welcome and connects to an interior brimming with heritage features. Long hand-blown glass windows, pine floors, pocket doors, and beamed ceilings fill expansive rooms. Second and third floors are currently divided into an owner’s suite and two rentals, one with its own entrance, while the main level houses an updated granite kitchen that could accommodate a small cooking staff plus a large living room and spa facilities. There are six bedrooms and four full bathrooms in all. Parking is generous via two driveways and can be expanded. To get the full story and more pictures, please click here.