Presiding over a corner lot in a sought-after section of town known for pretty period homes and easy walkability is a classic Princeton dwelling, which remains remarkably true to its 1912 roots. French doors, baseboards and trim are all untouched, showing off their natural beauty. A fireplace mantle accented with columns in the front-to-back living room is perhaps the most handsome original feature, although big window bays in both formal rooms certainly make an impression. Even the butler's pantry dutifully serves with ample charm thanks to tall built-in cupboards. Just off the kitchen, a powder room is tucked under the stairs and a back door opens to a deck above the yard, bountiful with rhododendrons. A heated sunroom beyond two sets of French doors completes the main floor. Solid wooden newel posts decorate the wide staircase ascending to three bedrooms, a sky-lit office and a hall bathroom. Extra high ceilings make every space feel even larger than it is. Hardwood floors extend all the way up to an attic bedroom served by its own full bath.