With Princeton located between New York and Philadelphia, it presents those who work there with a lot of convenient commuting options.
Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) December 15, 2011
Livability.com, an online resource for the most livable communities across America, has recently included Princeton in its list of the best places to live in New Jersey. This is only the latest in a string of accolades that the town has received, according to Princeton real estate specialist Barbara Blackwell, who cites its inclusion in Money magazine’s 2005 “Best Places to Live” list.
“The Borough and Township of Princeton, New Jersey has a quaint college town atmosphere, beautifully preserved historic architecture, easy access to major transportation routes, and numerous recreational opportunities,” says Blackwell. “What’s more, when it comes to fine homes for sale, Princeton, NJ provides a great selection of residences, including charming single-family residences and elegant historic homes, as well as newer properties such as townhouses and condominium developments.”
Blackwell states that homebuyers will be more than satisfied with the range of traditional and cluster housing options that Princeton offers. “Houses in the Township generally have larger lots than houses in the Borough,” she says, “though the distinction between communities will soon become academic now that the two municipalities will be merging. Particularly noteworthy are the multi-million dollar mansions and estates with their gardens and other facilities that are considered the best examples of Princeton luxury real estate.”
Blackwell mentions that location is a major factor that affects many homebuyers’ decisions to live in Princeton. “With Princeton located between New York and Philadelphia, it presents those who work there with a lot of convenient commuting options,” she says. “Those who relocate to Princeton will find plenty of employment opportunities here as well.”
Families with children will also reap the benefits of living in Princeton, particularly with regards to education. “Princeton is perhaps one of the quintessential college towns in America,” says Blackwell. “The presence of prestigious Princeton University and its renowned campus, plus other noted institutions gives a unique, distinctive identity to the community and serves as a catalyst for many prospective residents moving into Princeton.”
For more information on Princeton real estate and the lifestyle here, visit Barbara Blackwell’s comprehensive website, http://www.PrincetonAddress.com.