As in any dynamic economy, there have been many changes in Princeton’s real estate market that will influence buyer’s decisions to reside or do business here
The following open houses are scheduled to take place in Princeton on Sunday, March 24.
Just glance at Princeton’s new zoning code, and you will notice at least one major change. Interspersed between the usual pages of dry, bulleted text, are colorful house diagrams — more like an architect’s sketchbook than your average zoning handbook.
The following listings of residential home sales are based on public records and tax files.
The following listings of residential home sales are based on public records and tax files. The number in parentheses after the closing price indicates the amount it was above...
This Katies Pond Road home offers luxurious living in a class of its own. Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty is listing this six bedroom home for $2.7 million.
For some, the continuing story of the Clarke Cottage may be a cautionary tale about the challenges and frustrations of repairing an historic Princeton house — especially when a $2,000 fine is involved.
The Princeton zoning board usually approves, occasionally denies, and once in a while continues an application to a subsequent meeting.
Weichert, Realtors has announced the start of the 40th Annual Weichert Toy Drive, which runs through Friday, Dec. 14.
Nearly three years ago, when a group of Princeton investors presented a plan for converting the old Masonic Temple building on Maclean Street into a multi-unit apartment building, concerns were raised at the Zoning Board about the effect the proposed residences would have on the density of the John-Witherspoon neighborhood of which it is a part.