Tremendous opportunity to reside at one of Ridgefield’s most admired properties, High Ridge Manor – a most distinguished estate beautifully sited in the heart of Ridgefield. This architectural treasure resides on 3.4 magnificent acres, and was originally built as the grand summer cottage for publishing magnate E.P. Dutton, c.1890. The home has been meticulously preserved, while updated for today’s lifestyle.
Regarded as one of Fairfield County’s finest Queen Anne style residences, this three story, 14 room residence also features a pool, pool house and tennis court. Exceptional detailing includes extensive white oak and mahogany hand tooled millwork throughout; nine stunning, finely detailed fireplaces; numerous built-in window seats; exquisite Tiffany windows; 10 foot ceilings; special, custom finished coffered ceilings, and many original details that cannot be duplicated today.
Local historians consider High Ridge Manor to be one of the finest homes of its era and incomparable in terms of unrivaled construction and architectural significance. This magnificent home sits high on the ridge in what is considered to be one of Ridgefield’s most coveted village locations. There are subdivision possibilities if one so wishes to explore.
Truly one of Ridgefield’s most admired properties.