A Revamped Ridgefield Colonial Located Right in Town Hits the Market
This historic, in-town Ridgefield estate just popped onto the market asking $2.45 million and buyers should prepare to be wooed. Built in 1928, the entire home has been renovated, starting with the pleasing white-clapboard Colonial exteriors, trimmed with sea-green shutters and cedar-shingle and metal roofs.
Though the exterior is all about historic charm, the interiors boast modern amenities not often found in a vintage home. The new kitchen has an attached family room, with nine-foot coffered ceilings and French doors opening onto a patio, pool, and playset. Surrounded by evergreens, the outdoor space is elegant and private.
There are a total of five bedrooms, as well as a guest house, a lower-level gym, and office. The main bedroom is especially alluring, featuring a bathroom with marble floors and walls, an oversized shower with river rock flooring, and a Kohler soaking tub.
All of this splendor is just a short walk from Ridgefield’s restaurants, shops, parks, and of course, the fun Winter Garden Ice Arena. Karla Murtaugh of Neumann Real Estate has the Fairfield County listing.