Located on a gently sloping wooded hillside in the countryside, Governors Lane is in Princeton proper, away from the heavily traveled highways and within minutes from Princeton University, Nassau Street, the shops and offices of Palmer Square, the Market Fair, Forrestal Village and a number of distinguished public and private schools.

The townhouses of Governors Lane are unique in Princeton, they are situated in three garden courts, inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s master plan for the University of Virginia.  The design successfully combine features of the English Georgian period with the most contemporary concepts in comfort and convenience.  Classic proportions, generous fenestration, carefully chosen façade variations and exquisite detailing distinguish the exteriors while the interiors provide astonishing space and multi-level living which has been brilliantly planned.

The architecture, is complemented by equally outstanding landscape design.  Each court has been individually landscaped with walks, sitting areas and hundreds of new trees and shrubs to enhance the majestic stands of ancient shade trees that have been preserved.

Princeton is generally considered to be among America’s most desirable places in which to live.  In honoring Princeton’s three-century traditions of gracious and civilized living.  Governors Lane offers you the very best residential opportunity in town.

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