Filled with shops, restaurants, summer movies in the park, and the endless number of activities right at your doorstep, Princeton, New Jersey won’t disappoint. But more importantly, Princeton is home to one of the largest Pi Day festivals in the country. You may not know it, but Pi Day is a nationally recognized holiday, as it should be. Albert Einstein also shares his birthday with the holiday and spent the last years of his life in Princeton, giving us an even better reason to celebrate.
For $3.49 million, this French Colonial has become a landmark destination in Princeton. Situated on a large plot of land and just over 7,500 square feet, this six bed seven bath mansion is perfect for entertaining and enjoying the nice weather. Not that you would need to leave the luxury of your own backyard, but you may want to check out the number of parks surrounding the area.
This home is just an hour from the beach, minutes to Princeton University and downtown Princeton, and across the street from the grocery store. With the number of events, amenities and celebrations nearby, how could you not want to move here?
Listing agent Jerry Tanious of Keller Williams- Princeton and photographed by VHT Studios’ Craig Haas. Want more? Click here.