Protected by NJ's Green Acres program, preserved land that was once part of the 1,200-acre Princeton Nursery stretches out in front and behind this restored 19th century Kingston farmhouse. Specimen plantings, like an ethereal smoke tree with puffs of blooms, still beautify the property. As the original master residence of the land, the interior boasts grand rooms and impressive details, like 9+ foot ceilings, pretty mantelpieces and pocket doors between the living and family rooms. Newer conveniences include a handy mudroom with laundry and a double kitchen outfitted with granite and a full suite of Viking appliances. The caterer's zone will be a boon when hosting holiday meals in the large dining room. Two staircases lead to five bedrooms, three of which have private baths. The master reigns supreme with a claw foot tub, walk-ins and a gas fireplace. All enjoy plenty of closet space. In addition to a walk-up attic with endless potential, there is a finished wine room/man cave in the basement. All this and a celebrated public school system!