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Located in a neighborhood just minutes from Princeton, this classic all brick colonial is one of only 6 custom-built homes built on lots that were once part of the Norman-style estate of the Roebling family, builders of the Brooklyn Bridge and owners of the Roebling Steel Works. This home features 9 ft ceilings, a Palladian window over the foyer & in the 5th bedroom suite, hardwood floors throughout most of the living spaces on the first floor of the home, recessed lighting, and crown molding in the rooms too. The study is home to more custom woodwork with built-in bookcases and coffered ceiling. The home has two decks, one with access from the study and the second from the breakfast area. The family room is home to one of the two gas fireplaces in the home. The kitchen is the heart of the home with its cherry cabinetry and corian counter tops. There is a large island which provides seating as well as the home for the gas cook top. The breakfast area has a wonderful view of the property and there is a workstation area too. Just off the kitchen is the laundry, rear stairs to the second floor and access to the three car garage. The master suite is an oasis, a respite from the hustle and bustle of the day! A gas fireplace is the focal point of the room and provides a charming resting spot. There are two walk-in closets as well as two regular ones. The master bath has a large jetted tub, separate shower and a double vanity. There is a hall bath and 3 other bedrooms on the second floor too. At the end of the hallway there is a spacious suite with a 5th bedroom, full bath and living space. There are several closets too. The suite can be accessed from the second stair case just off the laundry room. The basement is unfinished, providing even more storage.