I’d like to help sell this house and this is a blatant ad. It is listed by Marty Stockton of Stockton Real Estate for $419,000. Details here.
And here. Bids will be opened Tuesday.
Lots of people are interested in the house, and no wonder, because of its location. It is on the outer edge of the historic Witherspoon Jackson neighborhood, across the street from the Arts Council of Princeton and you can see the Princeton Public Library from the porch. Local lore says that the founder of the First Baptist Church lived here.
Yes, it needs work, but it’s worth saving. I think the real esate lingo is “Needs TLC.” It 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, lots of light and a nice lot.
The reason why I am involved in selling this turn-of-the-century house is that I am co-executor of a will, and the will says we have to sell it. Even though I never lived in it, I’m hoping to find the perfect buyer.
If you are interested, contact Marty. She will have an open house this Sunday, September 14, 2 to 4 p.m. Parking may be a problem that day. But if you lived here, you would never need a parking place.