Before he went off to prep school Robert Mueller lived with his family in Princeton at 158 Springdale.
Which kind of house would you choose: One with immaculate appointments and a price tag of $2.5 million? Or another one in the same neighborhood with few frills and a price of $789,000?
Thirty one years ago a neighbor asked my husband, Toby, if he would like to join the Nassau Club. I wasn’t asked because women were not allowed as members.
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.
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.
Will this historic designation be enough to reverse the decades-old trend of converting low and middle income housing into high-end commercial and residential properties?
A Princeton-based group of progressive activists is working to create housing specifically in price ranges affordable for those in the middle class or on fixed income.
If you are a residential builder or developer you may have already looked at the property at the corner of Witherspoon and Green Street. It’s a fixer-upper, to say the least.
The Aquinas Institute’s former home at 65 Stockton Street is now being renovated by its new owners.
At a time when some real estate agents are forecasting a soft market for rental units in town, the leasing office for Avalon Princeton is surprisingly upbeat.