Former TV Doctor Nancy Snyderman Selling Princeton Home

Dr. Nancy Snyderman, the popular TV doctor who resigned from her job at NBC in March 2015, is also quitting her Princeton, NJ, home. The five-bedroom estate is on the market for $2.9 million.

The network's chief medical editor made headlines in October 2014, when she returned from a reporting trip in Liberia during the Ebola crisis and violated a voluntary quarantine.

She had worked with a cameraman who became infected with the deadly disease. Yet, she was apparently spotted picking up takeout at a local eatery, when she was supposed to be holed up at home.

Infectious diseases aside, we'd be happy to be hunkered down at the TV doc's place. The 1963 Cape Codder sits on over 2 acres of pastoral landscape. Listing agent Martha Giancola told us "quality craftmanship and attention to detail are evident throughout the house."

French doors open from a glassed-in porch that lead to outdoor decks and patios, and peonies, irises, hydrangeas, and roses dot the lushly planted backyard. A ground-floor master suite also opens up to the magical garden.

You could whip up meals for days in the recently renovated chef's kitchen, or relax with a drink from the wet bar next to any of the three working fireplaces, or sweat out your cabin fever in the gym.

Snyderman left NBC last year, saying she would soon take a faculty position at a " major U.S. medical school." Giancola added, "The current owners raised their family in the house and they are hopeful that a new family will love and enjoy it as much as they have."