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Formerly Quail Ridge II
Ridgefield, Connecticut 


Settled in 1708, Ridgefield retains a historic look and feel with many 18-19th century homes. As a summer retreat for wealthy New York City residents, many stately mansions are still private residences and meticulously maintained.

Today our town remains a delightful, under‐30,000 population municipality nestled in Northwestern Fairfield County Connecticut featuring:

  • Abundant open spaces, playfields and greenways

  • Recreation facilities such as the Rec Center, Boys & Girls Club, public golf course, tennis courts, skating rink, hiking trails, equestrian centers, town beach, Founders Hall for seniors, and more

  • Top rated private and public schools

  • Over 55 restaurants, cafes and coffee shops

  • World class entertainment within walking distance:

    • The Ridgefield Playhouse, famous for its big-name name acts

    • The new ACT Theater complex with on- and off-Broadway performances

    • The Ridgefield Theater Barn offering local talent

    • The Prospector movie theater with 4 screens of first-run movies plus a café and lecture room, employing people with special needs

  • The innovative Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Ballard Green with its free summer concert series

  • Historic Keeler Tavern, opened in 1776, offering tours and a gift shop

  • The Ridgefield Library with a variety of programs for all ages

  • The Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra

  • Our own Visiting Nurses Association (rvnaHEALTH)

  • Two highly‐ranked hospitals nearby

… And so much more to discover!

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