Tucked into a premier cul de sac location in Princeton's tony Russell Estates enclave, 64 Farrand is a testament to both the designer's architectural prowess, and the homeowner's desire to create the home of their dreams. Through the grand double doors, a showstopping foyer enveloped in windows soaring to the height of the cathedral ceiling is revealed. Meticulously maintained hardwood floors flow throughout the home, creating continuity. The public rooms radiate from the foyer, offering open entertaining space with inviting conversation areas. The centerpiece of each of these rooms are the French doors that lead to the patios and private gardens beyond. Step down into the stately living room, flanked by antique columns and warmed by a gas fireplace with antique marble mantle. The library, a cozy retreat overlooking private gardens, boasts cherry bookcases and large windows. The dining room has a large fireplace and enjoys a perfect axis to both the kitchen and sun room. French doors lead to more casual space for comfortable all-season dining. Occupying its own wing of the first floor, the master bedroom suite offers privacy and serenity. Upstairs in the main house, there are three additional bedrooms - two share a bath while the third is en-suite. A studio apartment, perfect for guests, has a galley kitchen, full bath and is accessible from the main house or through your own private entrance. Offered for the first time, this home will please the discriminating buyer seeking a home that seamlessly showcases timeless details.