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A magnificent manor house in Princeton, NJ, designed by the architect of President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate is now available for purchase for a hefty sum of $4.2M.
The property, situated at 21 Overbrook Road, was designed and built in 1935 by Marion Sims Wyeth, a celebrated Palm Beach architect who Donald Trump hired to manage the design of his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach.
The Princeton home features a redwood shingle crafted Tudor architecture, with a turret flanked by gables in the front elevation. Inside, the home is filled with a wealth of classic period details such as crown moldings in the living areas, a detailed fireplace in the living room, and a designer kitchen with top-of-the-line, high-end appliances.
The home also enjoys spacious accommodations, with six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and more than 6,200 square feet of living space. In addition, the new owners also get to enjoy a heated indoor swimming pool, a full gym, media and recreational room, as well as a billiards space with a recessed ceiling and a wet bar.
Outside, the estate features a tennis court on its half-acre lot, and the property is significantly enhanced by its close proximity to Princeton University’s campus.
This prestigious Mar-a-Lago style property is the perfect choice for those who seek luxury, and can easily afford this $4.2M mansion.