graphicThe pride of community is prominently displayed in Princeton’s residential settings. Bursts of floral color and ornamental shrubs highlight the town’s many well-kept lawns. Stately shade trees line the streets of older sections, setting off the impressive architecture of turn-of-the-century homes well cared for during the years.

A city with so rich a history as Princeton sports an elegant collection of magnificent older homes of historical significance. A drive down Park Avenue East or Park Avenue West, for instance, reveals homes of classic Italianate architecture and Georgian, Greek and Colonial Revival styles—some dating pre-Civil War, and many listed by the Bureau County Architectural Preservation Society.

There’s a charm to just about any neighborhood here. Large or small, old or new, the range of established homes provides varied and interesting buying or rental choices.


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