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A Princeton, NJ, Mansion Designed by Mar-a-Lago’s Architect Is Listed for $4.2M

Newly remodeled and listed for $4,250,000, the 1927 Woodslea House was designed by architect Marion Sims Wyeth. Wyeth was best known for his original work on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, FL, and the former home of Doris Duke in Honolulu, today known as the Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design.

Tucked into a wooded 3.3-acre lot in the prized Edgerstoune neighborhood, Woodslea House offers a serene space that’s just minutes from downtown Princeton.

The home last changed hands in 2021 for $2,175,000.

Woodslea House
91-93 Edgerstoune Road

Woodslea House
Brick terrace

Woodslea House
Main entrance

Woodslea House
Dining room

Woodslea House

Woodslea House
One of seven bedrooms

Woodslea House
One of six bathrooms

Woodslea House
One of several common spaces

Updates include replastered walls, a reconfigured marble bath in the main suite, and a newly restored pool. The eat-in kitchen is equipped with a wine fridge and a professional range.

Other highlights include a domed skylight over the curved staircase, herringbone floors, and built-ins.

Among the original features you can expect to see in the seven-bedroom, 6.5-bath home are its 17th-century Queen Anne doorways, imported mantelpieces, and the iconic stone balustrade that encapsulates the main rooftop.

Outside, the new owners will also enjoy the home’s original brick terrace and pond-side pagoda.

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