Listing with 1682 deed transferring property from Lenni Lenape to William Penn

I showed my beautiful PA listing again tonight (that’s the kitchen) and the owners gave me a copy of the original 1682 deed for the land on which this house now stands along with the six acres directly adjacent, which has been left untouched “climax” forest. You can see exactly what was traded for the […]

Witherspoon-Jackson to Become New Historic District in Princeton

It will be interesting to see how this plays out. I am of mixed opinion. In one respect, certainly Princeton’s historically African-American neighborhood deserves official designation and protection from destruction. But regular zoning laws, already conservative in Princeton, take care of that in my opinion. Nobody’s putting up a high-rise apartment building on John Street, […]

1919 charmer in historic section of Plainsboro closed

Closed this small but charming and affordable historical in the oldest section of Plainsboro yesterday, five miles from downtown Princeton and two and a half miles from the Princeton Junction train station. Walking distance to shopping and restaurants although unfortunately, still not a supermarket since the Super Fresh moved out of Plainsboro Plaza in 2012. […]

princeton historical society annual house tour november 3rd

The Historical Society of Princeton has announced the five houses to be featured on the 2012 House Tour, to take place on Saturday, November 3. The tour is sponsored by my brokerage. Holiday house tours are a fun way to get to see the interiors of special and often spectacular homes. Many towns in the Princeton area […]

today i showed an almost 200-year-old house in East Millstone

Today I showed a very old house in East Millstone, a tiny part of Franklin right on the Delaware and Raritan Canal opposite Hillsborough. Thought to be one of the oldest houses in the township, it dates from the early 1800s and is listed by my office. The couple I showed it to are ONLY […]