Nancy Snyderman, the NBC chief medical editor who left NBC in March of 2015, is selling her Princeton house.
The five-bedroom estate on 2.2 acres is listed for $2.9 million.
Martha Giancola of Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty is the the listing agent for the property.
Located on Pheasant Hill Road, the house sits on a park-like property that features stone patios and decks. The home includes a chef’s kitchen, three wood burning fireplaces, his and her studies, a dressing room with walk in closets, and a spa-like bathroom with radiant heat and a spiral staircase to an exercise room.
Earlier this year, Snyderman joined the Stanford University School of Medicine as a consulting professor.
Snyderman made national headlines in October 2014 when she returned from a reporting trip in Liberia during the Ebola crisis and violated a voluntary quarantine. She and two camermen who were also quarantined drove to the Peasant Grill in Hopewell Borough to pick up a take-out order. She double-parked her Mercedes in front of the eatery and was spotted by area residents.