Ettl Farm Luxury Homes -Princeton Real Estate

Ettl Farm Neighborhood

Ettl Farm is one of the most popular Princeton neighborhoods. It was built in 1995 by Toll Brothers and is reflective of the type of large stately houses built by this builder.  There are approximately 117 Princeton homes in this development located of Rosedale road. This community is popular with corporate relocation home buyers and others relocating to Princeton New Jersey. I see demand for the homes for Princeton homes for sale at this time as the time of this article there are no houses on the market.

The major streets in the development are Christopher Drive, Walker Rd and Stone  Cliff. The houses backing to the woods are usually considered premium locations compared to the houses backing to the open space. Many Ettl Farm houses on the Stone Cliff Road are considered premium because they back to the woods (houses with even numbers) and have walk out basements, because of the topography of the street.

In many of such houses  you could find finished basements  with such amenities as spas, saunas, game rooms, gyms, and even second kitchens. Often there is a separate entry to the basement.

This layout makes these homes convenient for buyers of Princeton real estate who may have children, need space for visitors, enjoy the additional entertaining spaces.

Ettl Farm homes for sale range in price from $1,250,000 to $1,570,00 in 2008, when 5 houses were sold. While there are Princeton homes for sale languishing on the market, houses in Ettl Farms have all sold, when priced correctly. The time to sell these Princeton properties ranged for 28 days to 170 days.

Children who live in Ettl Farm attend Johnson Park elementary school, John Witherspoon elementary and Princeton High schools.

Princeton school system provides bus transportation for Johnson Park elementary and John Witherspoon middle school students who live more than two miles form school and High School students who live more than two and one-half miles from school.  Bus passes are mailed out the third week of August.