If cookie cutter is not your thing, welcome to 22 Dickinson Street

In the heart of Princeton’s historic Mercer Hill you’ll be leaving the car and walking to all this location has to offer. The Graduate College, Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods. Walk to Nassau Street or bike to the Nassau Swim Club. Grab a drink at the Dinky or take the train to New York.  7:30 show at McCarter?  Better leave the house by 7:25.

Built in the 1870’s, 22 Dickinson is a prime example of the Victorian “stick” or “eclectic” style highlighted by the steep cross gabled roof, decorative trusses, and ornate porch braces.  From 1892-1954 it served as the Friars’ Club of the Princeton Theological Seminary.

2 townhouses each with:

  • 3 bdrm
  • 2.5 baths
  • 1 bonus room
  • 2 off street parking spaces (1 EV charging/unit)
  • Partially finished basements
  • Porches
  • Backyard with storage shed
  • Marvin windows
  • Custom millwork and stone countertops
  • Hardwood and porcelain tile flooring

Project Information

Historic Preservation Commission presentation

Architectural Plans

Learn about the architect: https://rabarchitecture.com/

Available Early 2024

For leasing information please call Chris Myers at (609) 921-9446 x102 or chris@pinneoconstruction.com