This 117-home subdivision by Toll Brothers conceals its past as an artist colony and a herd of Beefalo from casual observers. Ettl Farm is a community of high-end residences in Princeton, New Jersey area, built on the hillside that was once Alex Ettl’s farm.
The company’s namesake, who lived in the 1920s and opened an art supply store in New York City, wanted to see the area’s natural beauty protected. The community’s vast spaces, ponds, and towering trees all contribute to its preserved rural atmosphere. Ettl Farm is a gated community in a posh section of Princeton. It was constructed in the late 1990s and is both Princeton’s largest and newest neighborhood.
The residents of Ettl Farm are a close-knit group who take an active interest in local and global affairs. One selling point is the community’s openness and friendliness toward newcomers. In each of the many “circles” of open space, local kids may be seen having fun. Some of the houses face the green space that is preserved along the Stoney Brook border. Many of the homes have their own private sanctuary in the backyards of their carefully maintained lawns.
There are 118 acres and 117 single-family homes at Ettl Farm Luxury Homes in Princeton, New Jersey. Most of the houses here sit on half-acre to one-acre lots. These are traditional Toll Brothers mansions, down to the molding and other fine touches. Between 4,250 and 5,300 square feet is average. Sale prices have increased to between $1.2 and $1.6 million. All shared areas and preserved areas have a quarterly association charge of $300.
Common Toll Bros models such as the Madison, Carmel, Sterling, Exeter, and Elkins can be found here. Most of them feature at least four full bathrooms and three car garages. The brick and stucco facades of many of the houses add to the upscale atmosphere. About a quarter of the homeowners had conservatories built to their new houses at the time of building. These are often used as in-law apartments, game rooms, or sun rooms.
Ettl Farm is located just five minutes from downtown Princeton and Princeton University, yet being in a quiet, rural area. The town center can be reached via one of many bike lanes or footpaths. You will be able to enjoy Princeton’s many amenities, including its proximity to dining, shopping, and nightlife. To get to Princeton Junction from Princeton, commuters can park at the Princeton station and catch “The Dinky” single-car train.
Movies, comedy shows, plays, concerts, and other forms of live entertainment abound. Ettl Farm’s close proximity to popular supermarkets like Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and Wegmans makes it a one-stop shopping destination.