What You Get: New York Times spotlights Ridgefield real estate in feature article

Today, Ridgefield's real estate landscape took center stage in a featured story by The New York Times, highlighting homes priced at $450,000 across Connecticut, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

The article "What You Get" showcased three distinct properties all listed at (or close to) $450,000: a one-bedroom cottage in Ridgefield, a four-bedroom bungalow in Durham, and a three-bedroom condo located within a historic 1896 building in Pittsburgh.

The focal point of the narrative was the 560-square-foot cottage in Ridgefield's Mamanasco Lake neighborhood. Described as a 10-minute drive from quaint shops, restaurants, a theater, and a post office at the heart of town, the article detailed the interior, “off of the bedroom is a small room that  could be used as a den or a home office with a wide window facing the lake.”

Each property received comprehensive coverage and included estimated taxes and information on the local listing agents. Read the article in its entirety here.

Submitted by Ridgefield, CT

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