The Pride of Princeton's Rushbrook Enclave
The Rushbrook enclave is known for spacious homes of distinction and this English-style residence, clad in stone, is perhaps the most picturesque of them all. Perched on a wide lot just shy of 3.5 acres, it is wrapped in woodsy privacy on three sides. Renowned Barsky Builders, skilled at creating custom spaces that make entertaining easier and everyday life a bit more indulgent, did not hold back on architectural features. A corbeled archway in the foyer and a recessed oval ceiling in the dining room make a striking impression, but such details are not just for formal rooms. The open family room off the gourmet kitchen awes with a rounded two-story window and a paneled wall to match. While a sunroom lined with French doors and fanlights sparkles with light, the adjacent library's rich wood paneling and coffered ceiling are completely enveloping. Seven bedrooms all have custom closets, including the decadent master with double sided dressing room. On the lower level, a gym with sauna, home theater, and wine cellar radiate from an open party room.