Homes for Sale in Downtown Ridgefield
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Downtown Ridgefield Information
The first homes in Downtown Ridgefield - that still come on the market from time to time - were built in 1885.
The architectural styles of houses for sale in Downtown Ridgefield include Ranch, Bungalow, Daylight Ranch, Craftsman, Cottage, Traditional, Contemporary, Custom, Cape Cod, Victorian, A-Frame, Mid Century Modern, English, and Tudor.
When describing Downtown Ridgefield homes for sale, Realtors often note the territorial, wooded, river, city, mountain, and lake views. Houses here sit on level, sloped, corner, treed, gently sloping, cul-de-sac, wooded, hilly, secluded, green belt adjacent, and gated lots.
Visually, the overall look of the neighborhood is defined by homes with wood, lap, T-111, fiber cement, cedar, vinyl, brick, wood composite, shingle, metal, board & batten, shake, stone, aluminum, asbestos, cultured stone, panel, block, plywood, and stucco siding. Roof materials commonly used are composite, metal, shake, tile, and shingle.
Outside the main residence, properties could also likely include fences, decks, patios, porches, tool sheds, gardens, outbuildings, covered patios, sprinklers, workshops, dog runs, RV parking spots, covered decks, security lighting, gas hookups, gazebos, greenhouses, pools, free-standing hot tubs, satellite dishes, built-in hot tubs, RV hookups, guest houses, RV/boat storage spaces, second garages, saunas, basketball courts, auxiliary dwelling units, docks, tennis courts, barns, outdoor fireplaces, and second residences.
Based on RMLS data, home sizes in Downtown Ridgefield range from 300 to 4965 square feet with an overall average of 1735 square feet. A typical residence here is a 4 bedroom / 2 bathroom home.
Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include wall to wall carpet, hardwood floors, ceiling fans, dedicated laundry rooms, laminate flooring, wood floors, tile floors, high speed internet capabilities, washer and dryer units, granite, jetted tubs, soaking tubs, high ceilings, vaulted ceilings, wainscoting, central vacuums, air cleaners, sound systems, water softeners, quartz, slate flooring, plumbing for a central vacuum, home theaters, separate living quarters (apartment or auxiliary living unit), and bamboo floors. Kitchens features could include built-in dishwashers, disposals, free-standing refrigerators, built-in microwaves, pantries, gas appliances, built-in ovens, islands, plumbing for an ice maker, stainless steel appliances, granite, tile, cook islands, range hoods, built-in refrigerators, trash compactors, butler's pantries, quartz, convection ovens, instant hot water units, and free-standing gas ranges. Living rooms could include fireplaces, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans, high ceilings, wall to wall carpet, wood stoves, decks, built-ins, wood floors, and laminate flooring.
Heating & Cooling
The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include forced air systems, baseboards, heat pumps, wall furnaces, zoned systems, and wood stoves. Cooling systems could include central air, heat pumps, window units, and wall units. Fuel sources commonly used are electricity, gas, wood, and oil.
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