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Built in 1928 by noted Trenton architectural firm Reedhaid Brothers, this classic Arts and Crafts bungalow welcomes with an inviting brick-trimmed front porch and landscape designer gardens, in which clematis, honeysuckle and roses bloom in profusion, bordered by a charming Nelson-Galt Walpole picket fence and specimen trees. Though a little tending and mending are needed, a time-honored California Bungalow floor plan includes 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, highlighted by hardwood floors, newer Marvin windows and light fixtures by Rejuvenation and Arroyo Craftsman. Attic space offers the potential for expansion, while ample storage is found in a 2-car garage, set at the end of a gravel drive lined by London Plane trees. Just 1 block from Princeton Junction train station and across the street from the West Windsor Arts Council, this delightful home resides in a vibrant, close-knit community - only minutes to the heart of downtown Princeton and everything you need. Just bring your builder/architect, an appreciation for what was and a vision of what can be! Many will use Third room as an office or small bedroom! No photos inside because of Tenants privacy.