Known as the master of the Cape Cod style, Boston's famed architect Royal Barry Wills brought his talents to Princeton in 1940 when he designed this enchanting Western Section home. Its curb appeal comes from its perfect proportions, elegant simplicity and the use of classic materials, like the cedar shake that accentuates a pair of dormers. A transom of English bottle glass brings light and humble authenticity to the formal entry, while a breezeway connects the carriage-style garage to the all-white kitchen for everyday comings and goings. The dining room has a built-in china hutch and the living room offers a wood-burning fireplace and access to a covered porch with lovely views of the half-acre property. A full bathroom gives the den exceptional versatility. In-laws requiring first floor lodging will be perfectly happy here. The upstairs master bedroom has three exposures and four closets of varying size. Two more rooms, one wrapped in bookcases, share a hall bath. It's no surprise that decades later Wills' Capes continue to fetch a premium!