This new private residence, placed at the center of a 100 acre wooded site near Princeton, New Jersey, was designed in the Federal Revival style for an active family with four children. Constructed primarily of fieldstone in the local vernacular tradition, the façades are complemented by details executed in copper-variegated Ohio sandstone and crowned by a Vermont black slate roof. The first floor plan is arranged along a linear east-west axis, or enfilade, that provides long vistas throughout and glimpses of the “great lawn” to the south. The 10,000 volume library incorporates a staircase, located within the bookcases, which leads to a balcony overlooking the space. A swimming pool and pool house are screened by a three-bay carriage house with an apartment above.