Our Ideal Location
Location, Location, Location!
Just four miles from downtown Princeton and Princeton University, and central to the cultural riches of New York City and Philadelphia, Princeton Windrows is ideally situated to keep its homeowners happy, healthy, fully engaged and vibrant. There is truly something new to do every day.
Princeton Windrows is an ideal location for those who seek a wide variety of outdoor and indoor activities. For local enjoyment, bike along scenic trails, canoe the Delaware Raritan canal, hike the vast woodlands, picnic in a park, or play golf and tennis. In downtown Princeton, discover a wealth of antique stores, art galleries, bookstores, clothing stores, gift shops, gourmet restaurants, and both independent and national stores typically found in large upscale university towns.
With the all the benefits of homeownership and maintenance-free living, residents of Princeton Windrows have ample time to enjoy its many onsite amenities, activities, events and services (including local transportation options, when you prefer not to drive).
Here are just a few of the historic sites, museums, symphonies, and theatres in our area:
- American Repertory Ballet Company
- Drumthwacket Governor’s Mansion
- George Street Playhouse
- McCarter Theater Center
- Morven Museum and Garden
- New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
- Old Barracks Museum
- Princeton Symphony Orchestra
- Princeton University
- Princeton University Art Museum
- Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall
- Rider University
- Rutgers University
- Westminster Choir College
Explore the wealth of cultural opportunities in nearby Philadelphia and surrounding Pennsylvania countryside, which includes the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, the Museum of Fine Art, the Kimmel Center, the Barnes Museum, University of Pennsylvania, and the Bucks County Playhouse.
Learn More About the Princeton Area
- Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Princeton-Mercer Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Princeton Senior Resource Center