Timothy Dent | Ridgefield Real Estate, Redding Real Estate, Wilton Real Estate



This listing was recently rented for $2,750.

27 Deer Hill Road, Redding, CT 06896  

Rental
$2,600
Price
$2,750
Rental Price
9
Total Rooms
3
Bedrooms
3
Baths
Spacious, open and contemporary ranch in quiet, wooded neighborhood that's convenient to all that Redding offers! Boasting ample room for everyone to spread out - includes bright eat-in kitchen with stainless appliances and center island. All rooms flow effortlessly from one to the next with large dining room, living room with woodstove and stone fireplace opening up to generous family room with walls of glass, tall ceilings and french doors leading you to private patio and views of your property. In addition, you have three good sized bedrooms, hardwood throughout, and an above the garage bonus room complete with full bath, wide plank flooring, wood stove, skylight and cedar closet - perfect for an in-law or au pair suite. The lower level has a rec room perfect for hanging out plus plenty of storage in the walkout lower level. Gorgeous, multi-tiered and level property that is private and wooded yet all of this can be found in a friendly, cul de sac neighborhood. Separate outdoor artist/writing cabin is only a short, peaceful stroll along a wooded path leading one to the creative or relaxation pursuits. Hiking and walking trails at the end of the road complete this Redding charmer. If you want to be close to the center of all of Redding's charms and benefits, 27 Deer Hill is the home for you!



This listing recently sold for $365,000.

183 Limekiln Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877  

Residential
$379,000
Price
$365,000
Sale Price
9
Total Rooms
4
Bedrooms
4/2
Full/Half Baths
Lovely ranch home on wooded, 2 acre lot with giant, two story barn/workshop/2 car garage. House needs a little "hug", but this diamond in the rough has loads of potential in the highly coveted, Farmingville school district. Close to everything - shops, dining, commute and recreation. This home has good bones and lots of potential. You will find hardwood floors throughout, a wood burning fireplace in the living room, an older kitchen that easily allows for a clean canvas to create your dream kitchen. Two full baths and two half baths. Lots of room with over 2600SF of use-able space. Come see this gem now and begin your plans of making it your own!


Carpeting gets a bad rep. As you well know from house hunting, or will soon find out, wood floors are valued far more. While wood flooring may be, debatably, easier to maintain and keep a low allergen profile, it’s expensive to install or restore. Carpeting adds warmth, softness, and flair to a room. So let’s put the arguments against carpeting to rest. Here’s how to properly care for and maintain carpeting.

Shoes off - This one should be a rule no matter your flooring choice if you want to maintain a tidy home. With that said, prevent visible track lines along your home’s most common traffic patterns. Create a designated place for family members to place their shoes sets your household up for success for instilling a no shoe rule. Be everyone favorite host and keep a basket of fresh socks and sandals for guests who aren’t the shoeless type.

Vacuum frequently - Meaning at least once a week. Keep dirt, crumbs, and dander from becoming ground down into your carpeting. Investing in a robotic vacuum will allow you to schedule a few clean times each week without having to lift a finger. And with AI on the rise, you can now control most from your home; which means if you have unexpected guests swinging by you can send a signal to your vacuum to get to work whether you’re in bed, at work or running to the store to pick up items for dinner.

Spot clean properly - Knowing how to properly spot clean any spills or messes is critical. For example, never rub or grind down when cleaning always gently sweep in upward motions to clean up before stains set in. If you don’t have one already add a carpet cleaning kit to your list for your next shopping run. You’ll want cleaner, a scraper, a bristle brush and a microfiber cloth. And, perhaps most importantly, keep all of these items together and on hand. The last thing you’ll want is to dig through your cleaning closet like mad while a wine stain is happily settling in.

How to steam - To truly maintain carpeting you’ll want to plan to have it professionally steamed at least once a year. For DIY-ers skip using store-bought solutions designed to be mixed with the water. This might seem counterintuitive but they tend to leave behind soapy residue which further attracts more dirt. As you can imagine this creates an unnecessary codependent cycle that I have a hunch you’d prefer to skip! You will also want to be mindful of how much water you use as you clean; use caution to not use so much that the carpet can no longer truly dry fully. If this sounds like too much to keep in mind you’ll find hiring a professional well worth the yearly investment.


A rare opportunity to enjoy 15.47 pastoral acres of meadowland which is being offered for the first time in over 80 years. This extraordinary Fairfield County property includes open fields, woods and extensive frontage on Mopus Bridge Road with access to the North Salem Bridle Trails. Bordering Westchester County and located on a charming country lane amongst multi-million dollar equestrian estates, it offers an excellent NYC commute for a full-time residence, weekend retreat or horse property. The main 1830 residence (2530 sq. ft.) as well as the 1100+ sq. ft. two-BR cottage with full basement are currently being rented with an annual combined income of $40,000. Subdivision possibilities; however 12 of the 15 acres are currently under farmland tax exemption. A tranquil country setting just minutes from Ridgefield's historic Main Street, I84, 684 and NYC train.

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A rare opportunity to enjoy 15.47 pastoral acres of meadowland which is being offered for the first time in over 80 years. This extraordinary Fairfield County property includes open fields, woods and extensive frontage on Mopus Bridge Road with access to the North Salem Bridle Trails. Bordering Westchester County and located on a charming country lane amongst multi-million dollar equestrian estates, it offers an excellent NYC commute for a full-time residence, weekend retreat or horse property. The main 1830 residence (2530 sq. ft.) as well as the 1100+ sq. ft. two-BR cottage with full basement are currently being rented with an annual combined income of $40,000. Subdivision possibilities; however 12 of the 15 acres are currently under farmland tax exemption. A tranquil country setting just minutes from Ridgefield's historic Main Street, I84, 684 and NYC train.

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