Over 2 private acres of elegantly tall trees, shade perennials, and tumbled boulders are graceful natural counterpoints to this modern Princeton home, designed by noted local architect, Bob Bennett. A tree-lined courtyard in warm brick provides a very welcoming approach, and a vaulted entry announces grandly-scaled, sun-filled rooms. Beamed ceilings rise above the majestic Great Room, as a row of transomed glass sliders frame a pretty allay of dogwoods. A vaulted family room, with a hidden wet bar, is the ultimate entertaining space. Contrasting cabinetry, stainless appliances, and a ceiling-high backsplash of glass tile modernize the eat-in kitchen. Tucked into their own wing, 2 bedroom suites cater to lucky guests or the younger set, and include living and game rooms, both with cathedral ceilings. The master suite feels refined with a skylit bath, complete with twin mirrored vanities, jetted tub, and a huge, tiled shower. An upstairs office feels private, as do 2 downstairs bedrooms and a crisp white bath.