The final tally for the 0.36-acre Beatty House property is one religious nonprofit and one new single family house, each given its own lot in an unusual split of the property. (U.S. 1, October 15, 2015.)
The house on the full lot at the corner of Vandeventer Avenue and Park Place in Princeton was once listed for $2.85 million, but seller Robin Resch sold the house separate from the back portion of the property. The house sits on 0.22 acres and was listed for $1.995 million, while the 80 feet by 78 feet lot in the back would sell for $875,000.
The evangelical nonprofit Christian Union purchased the Beatty House and plans to use the property as an office and student center, while the vacant lot facing Park Place was purchased by Ilhan Aksay, a professor of chemical and biological engineering at Princeton University.