Restored Eating Club

This David Adler home was formerly a Princeton Eating Club and was moved to its current location in the early 1900's. Our Princeton architects designed this front porch addition to restore the home to its original grandeur while also adding a second floor master bath and separate entrance hall.

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charynjoy added this to architecture8 October 2020

white with black trim just doesnt have the same drama as the black & white cottage

amygkokas added this to Exterior29 September 2020

Like classic with stone walkway and cement flour pots. But too much harsh black shutters

J D added this to House Exterior2 September 2020

Profile of house, entry set forward

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