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Perhaps the most celebrated feature of Princeton, New Jersey, is the historic campus of Princeton University, along with several other distinguished learning facilities, such as the Institute for Advanced Study and Westminster Choir College. Primary and secondary schools in the area further demonstrate a strong community focus on education, with Princeton High School recently rated as the seventh-best public high school in New Jersey by U.S. News and World Report. Princeton is also home to the Princeton Theological Seminary, where the newly renovated Miller Chapel faces the main quadrant of the campus. Each year, eager students flock to the halls of Princeton to follow in the footsteps of great historical personalities, such as Albert Einstein, T.S. Eliot and Grover Cleveland. It is also the site of several significant revolutionary events that helped shape the future of our nation, including the Battle of Princeton in 1777.



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Originally settled in the 17th century, Princeton, New Jersey, is situated almost equally between the bustling cities of New York and Philadelphia. Encompassing approximately 18 square miles of Mercer County, Princeton showcases an eclectic variety of modern and traditional homes for students and families alike. There are plenty of single-family homes, condos and townhomes to fit every budget. The city also offers easy access to major roadways, such as the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.
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