Located near Princeton, New Jersey, this idyllic 1930’s home exists in an enchanting world of its own.
The state of New Jersey is so often maligned in the press (thanks in part to that classy show Jersey Shore), but New Jersey is actually home to some gorgeous scenery and stunning older estates. One such estate is named “Boxwood Farm” – a rambling 1930’s one-story cottage that has been added onto over the years around a central courtyard.
Boxwood Farm is currently on the market for $2,490,000. The property features over 12 acres of rolling meadows and woodlands in addition to a 4-car garage, large swimming pool, a tennis court, and several historic outbuildings.
Have a look inside the house…
The elegant living room is dressed with fine moldings & a fireplace with wood mantel. Adjacent is an inviting study.
– from: http://www.callawayhenderson.com
The remodled kitchen features a breakfast nook and even a fireplace.
The house also features a cozy forest-green family room with built-in bookshelves:
There are two separate wings each with 2 bedrooms and 2 bath en-suites. These are in addition to the master bedroom suite with marble fireplace and marble flooring in the bath.
Outside, you can spend some time meditating with your morning coffee in the quaint courtyard…
…then spend a leisurely afternoon lounging by the swimming pool…
All this for only 2.4 mils! (Remember, it’s a lifestyle you are buying, not just a house.)
I like to think of Boxwood Farm as the real New Jersey (never mind that Jersey Shore reality stuff!)
For all the details and additional photos, see the complete listing here.