The final sales outcome for the 0.36-acre Beatty House property, located at the corner of Vandeventer Avenue and Park Place, appears to be one religious nonprofit and one new single family house.
The proposed changes would ease Princeton zoning restrictions for smaller properties, give owners more leeway to make improvements, incentivize floor plans with porches, limit garage styles and home sizes to better match local tastes, and encourage pedestrian-friendly streets.
Some out-of-the-box thinking has evolved that would enable the town to buy the Westminster Choir College, and partially underwrite the cost by selling the Valley Road school to a private developer.
The following open houses are scheduled to take place in Princeton on Sunday, Jan. 14.
A lot of people love to say they live in Princeton. Princetonians, on the other hand, can be quite protective of their town’s true borders.
The Princeton real estate market reflects the strength inherent in a region supported by several relatively stable global industries.
The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between September 1 and October 31, 2017, are based on public records and tax files.
The Civil War Trust, a battlefield preservation group, will purchase almost 15 acres of land from the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in an effort to reduce the impact of a faculty housing development on the Princeton Battlefield State Park.
The Princeton Zoning Board heard three applications at its May 23 meeting. Two were approved, one was continued until September.
Poet Allen Tate and novelist Caroline Gordon bought a Ewing Street house in Princeton in 1956. It’s now for sale, listed at $849,000.