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96 Apartments for rent in Ridgefield, CT

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221 Ramapoo Road
221 Ramapoo Road
Ridgefield, CT
2 Bedrooms
$3,200
1488 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
This charming 1800’s antique will quickly steal your heart. Set on a .80 acre corner lot, w/2BR,1.5 BA, surrounded by flowering perennial plantings.
1 Unit Available
8 Keeler Close
8 Keeler Close
Ridgefield, CT
2 Bedrooms
$2,350
1148 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Lower level unit has been updated with stainless appliances and engineered wood flooring. New quartz counters to be installed and new washer and dryer will be installed in the unit. Convenient location just a few blocks from center of town.
1 Unit Available
15 Ramapoo Road
15 Ramapoo Road
Ridgefield, CT
3 Bedrooms
$15,000
2682 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
SHORT TERM FURNISHED RENTAL - Available immediately; must vacate by May 31, 2021. Walk to Everything from this Fabulous, Very Hip, Designer-Furnished, In-Town Gem.
Results within 5 miles of Ridgefield
1 Unit Available
18 Main Street
18 Main Street
Georgetown, CT
1 Bedroom
$1,700
764 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
SURVEY AVAILABLE! Cute country cottage in private setting, yet walking distance to shops,bank,groceries. Can be used as mixed use!
1 Unit Available
23 Old Huckleberry Road
23 Old Huckleberry Road
Fairfield County, CT
3 Bedrooms
$4,500
2150 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
"The Cottage" is the perfect place to call home! Located on a designated scenic road with beautiful private property within walking distance to the Norwalk Reservoir.
1 Unit Available
26 Chalburn Road
26 Chalburn Road
Fairfield County, CT
3 Bedrooms
$12,500
3004 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
The Otnes House, a true floating oasis! This rolling property overlooks nearly 3.5 acres, complete with a one-of-a-kind pool carved into a natural stone quarry with beautiful surrounding gardens.
1 Unit Available
36 Signal Hill Road
36 Signal Hill Road
Fairfield County, CT
5 Bedrooms
$25,000
6674 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Hampton builders bring city living to this hillside masterpiece. Find peace and tranquility in this modern oasis- perched elegantly on a rolling hill.
1 Unit Available
Old Danbury Road
31 Old Danbury Road
Fairfield County, CT
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,695
908 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Fabulous location and finishes in this Wilton 2BR apartment.
1 Unit Available
92 Miry Brook Road
92 Miry Brook Road
Danbury, CT
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
930 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Live in a piece of Danbury History. Great 4 Family. Large second floor apartment, High Ceilings 3 Bedroom 1 Bath with large kitchen and dining room. Freshly painted. Electric included. Gas range fueled by propane.
1 Unit Available
570 Danbury Road
570 Danbury Road
Fairfield County, CT
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1400 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Beautiful condominium that is in pristine condition. Updated Kitchen with granite countertops. Hardwood flooring on the main level. Open floor plan with two spacious bedrooms. Private deck off the Family Room. Central Air. One car garage..
1 Unit Available
17 Rippowam Road
17 Rippowam Road
Fairfield County, CT
4 Bedrooms
$25,000
6574 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Sitting high above manicured lawns & fields, this Georgian Colonial was just restored, renovated & expanded to create a home that combines the sophistication, grace & grandeur of its former owner Consuelo Vanderbilt with the modern details &
1 Unit Available
130 Elmwood Road
130 Elmwood Road
Westchester County, NY
1 Bedroom
$3,600
1315 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
Available immediately with one month FREE for 12-Month term! A secluded fairytale cottage can finally be yours.
1 Unit Available
74 Ridgefield Avenue
74 Ridgefield Avenue
Westchester County, NY
4 Bedrooms
$35,000
6100 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 08:40 AM
This sprawling country estate on 3.7 private acres with pool, pool house and large separate guest suite is available August 1st with possible month-to-month availabilty.
1 Unit Available
29 Bishop Park Road
29 Bishop Park Road
Westchester County, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,600
1100 sqft
Last updated February 17 at 12:21 AM
A private lane leads to this sophisticated country cottage. A short walk to the Lake. Lake access and water use. Swim, Canoe and Kayak on a beautiful clear lake.
1 Unit Available
36 Pond Road
36 Pond Road
Fairfield County, CT
4 Bedrooms
$5,000
4020 sqft
Last updated July 24 at 10:21 PM
Fantasies of a perfect property in Connecticut conjure up images of classic Colonial architecture and sprawling emerald lawns adorned with fragrant gardens.
1 Unit Available
435 Ridgebury Road
435 Ridgebury Rd
Fairfield County, CT
2 Bedrooms
$2,150
1080 sqft
Last updated April 6 at 12:58 AM
Taken down to the studs, this residence is brand new! New windows, carpet, appliances, bathroom, new heating baseboards. One car garage, heat, ground maintenance and snow plowing all included in the rent.
Results within 10 miles of Ridgefield
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1 Unit Available
Willow Grove
101 Avalon Lake Rd
Danbury, CT
1 Bedroom
$2,035
1095 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 27 at 10:36 AM
Spacious, modern units in a community with pool and full-service gym. Granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and private patios. Close to several excellent dining options, including Della Francesca and Molly Darcy's Irish Pub.
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4 Units Available
1 Kennedy Flats
1 Kennedy Ave
Danbury, CT
Studio
$1,622
568 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,808
860 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 27 at 07:33 AM
This property offers clean and modern apartments with in-unit laundry facilities and energy-efficient appliances. Situated in an ideal location for both shopping and dining. On-site facilities include a gym, pool and clubhouse.
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5 Units Available
Avalon Wilton on River Road
25 River Rd
Wilton Center, CT
2 Bedrooms
$3,753
1468 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$4,355
1796 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 01:09 PM
Prime location in Fairfield County close to Merritt Parkway, I-95, and Metro North for easy commuting. Apartments feature new renovations, hardwood floors, and granite countertops. Sparkling swimming pool and 24-hour maintenance.
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13 Units Available
Avalon Norwalk
26 Belden Ave
Norwalk, CT | Central Norwalk
Studio
$1,555
598 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,765
942 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,367
1227 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 01:09 PM
Comfortable, stylish apartments with gourmet kitchens, vaulted ceilings, and in-unit laundry. Enjoy a resort-style pool, cyber cafe, and fitness center on site. Close to the South Norwalk train station. Near Norwalk State Heritage Park.
Verified
6 Units Available
Avalon New Canaan
100 Avalon Dr E
Stamford, CT
1 Bedroom
$2,864
1001 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,755
1301 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 01:09 PM
Fireplaces, high-ceilings and gourmet kitchens are showcased in these one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Positioned closely to The New Canaan Nature Center and Metro Station.
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4 Units Available
Avalon Wilton on Danbury Road
116 Danbury Rd
Stamford, CT
1 Bedroom
$2,140
1107 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,850
1340 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 01:09 PM
Modern apartments with stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, and granite counters. Enjoy a fire pit, dog park and pool on-site. Near Cranbury Park. Easy access to Merritt Pkwy.
1 Unit Available
77 Rose St
77 Rose Street
Danbury, CT
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
Last updated November 27 at 10:38 AM
SE HABLA ESPANOL ¡BONITO! ¡LIMPIAR! NUEVO NICE! CLEAN! NEW! 1ST FLOOR Off Street Parking 3 bedroom Close to downtown security required application fee $28.00 (RLNE4889347)
1 Unit Available
135 Lake Place South
135 Lake Pl S
Danbury, CT
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
1410 sqft
Last updated November 27 at 09:48 AM
Gorgeous 2 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Bath 1400 sq. ft. Townhouse FURNISHED, $2,550/month (Utilities not included) Electric heat ONE YEAR OR 6 MONTH LEASE No Pets, no smoking Use of all condo amenities including pool, tennis courts, clubhouse and access to lake.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Ridgefield. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Norwalk Community College, and Western Connecticut State University.

City Guide

Ridgefield
The Battle of Ridgefield occurred here during the American Revolutionary War, on April 27, 1777. Pre-turncoat American soldier Benedict Arnold was among the fighting troops.
The Battle of Ridgefield occurred here during the American Revolutionary War, on April 27, 1777. Pre-turncoat American soldier Benedict Arnold was among the fighting troops.

Ridgefield is a 300-year-old town in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Its town center, which goes by the same name, used to be a stand-alone borough. Now it is officially considered a census-designated place separate from the outlying town, in which more than 7,600 people live. In this town guide, we're actually talking about the Ridgefield _town center, _and not Ridgefield _town. _Lost? Look for the Berkshire Mountains and start there -- you'll find your way back.

Moving to Ridgefield

Have you signed a lease on a two-bedroom apartment or house in Ridgefield? Congratulations! Now it's time to get things set up and ready for moving day.

Utilities

In Ridgefield, there are a few specific utility companies that serve the community. For water hookups, you'll have to contact Aquarion, which serves the town center as well as some parts of outlying Ridgefield. Electricity is provided by Connecticut Light and Power, and Comcast or AT&T can handle your telephone and cable needs. You can contact the Town of Ridgefield for advice on any of these utility companies, as well as to find out about any alternatives.

Places to Rent in Ridgefield

Connecticut has some beautiful, historic and eclectic architecture, and Ridgefield is no exception. In the home listings you'll find large colonial homes with pseudo-lighthouse attachments, broad houses with wide bay windows, and tall, splendid rental apartments with views of the forest and parks. Prices are higher than in most other towns and cities in America, but they also cover a wide range of accommodations. A studio apartment for rent in Ridgefield can differ in price from a four-bedroom house with an acre-wide plot by several thousand dollars. Remember to budget, think about what kind of home you want, and stick to it! One thing is for sure -- wherever you end up, it'll be beautiful.

Moving to Ridgefield
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Have you signed a lease on a two-bedroom apartment or house in Ridgefield? Congratulations! Now it's time to get things set up and ready for moving day.

Utilities

In Ridgefield, there are a few specific utility companies that serve the community. For water hookups, you'll have to contact Aquarion, which serves the town center as well as some parts of outlying Ridgefield. Electricity is provided by Connecticut Light and Power, and Comcast or AT&T can handle your telephone and cable needs. You can contact the Town of Ridgefield for advice on any of these utility companies, as well as to find out about any alternatives.

Places to Rent in Ridgefield

Connecticut has some beautiful, historic and eclectic architecture, and Ridgefield is no exception. In the home listings you'll find large colonial homes with pseudo-lighthouse attachments, broad houses with wide bay windows, and tall, splendid rental apartments with views of the forest and parks. Prices are higher than in most other towns and cities in America, but they also cover a wide range of accommodations. A studio apartment for rent in Ridgefield can differ in price from a four-bedroom house with an acre-wide plot by several thousand dollars. Remember to budget, think about what kind of home you want, and stick to it! One thing is for sure -- wherever you end up, it'll be beautiful.

Neighborhoods in Ridgefield

Ridgefield's town center is a neighborhood unto itself, surrounded by other areas of the outlying town. Each section of greater Ridgefield has higher home values than the center, except for Ridgebury, directly to the north. Within the town center, Highways 33, 35, and 102 meet, just to the west of the East Ridge Recreation Center. Here, you'll find more amenities, businesses, and a closer-knit community than in the other neighborhoods of Ridgefield Town.

Outlying areas contain homes as spacious and beautiful as those within Ridgefield Center, however they are often accompanied by immense land plots that make the listings more expensive. Unless you're a hermit or aspiring gardener, the town center ought to suit your home needs better, since supply stores, groceries, and great restaurants are all a short distance away.

Neighborhoods in Ridgefield
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Ridgefield's town center is a neighborhood unto itself, surrounded by other areas of the outlying town. Each section of greater Ridgefield has higher home values than the center, except for Ridgebury, directly to the north. Within the town center, Highways 33, 35, and 102 meet, just to the west of the East Ridge Recreation Center. Here, you'll find more amenities, businesses, and a closer-knit community than in the other neighborhoods of Ridgefield Town.

Outlying areas contain homes as spacious and beautiful as those within Ridgefield Center, however they are often accompanied by immense land plots that make the listings more expensive. Unless you're a hermit or aspiring gardener, the town center ought to suit your home needs better, since supply stores, groceries, and great restaurants are all a short distance away.

Living in Ridgefield

Transportation

Sure, there is no public transportation to speak of here, but let's look at the bright side: Ridgefield has been given a very healthy WalkScore of 83. What does that mean for you? Exercise, fresh air, and no stops at the gas station, mostly. This community is one in which you can take a walk, run some errands, and make it home in time for lunch without running yourself ragged or being hassled.

Groceries

There are six food and home-supply centers serving Ridgefield's 7,600 people -- and that's a lot! You'll have your choice of quick grocery runs at the Super Stop and Shop, picnic supplies and fancy cheese and the 109 Cheese and Wine, Italian goodies from Villarina's Pasta and Fine Foods, and even organic produce from Nature's Temptations. If you aren't an aspiring cook, you will be soon! Or you could always hire an in-home chef. Either way, there are so many imported and locally-grown specialties for sale, you may enjoy dining at home more than ever before.

Restaurants

If you thought there were a lot of grocery outlets, you're going to be blown away by the selection of fine-dining establishments in Ridgefield. Try out the Cajun cuisine at The Bayou North, some wood-fired pizza at Venice Restaurant and Pizzeria, or stop by the Early Bird Cafe for brunch and have an omelette. Craving some hibachi or sushi? Mannen Japanese and Chinese ought to do the trick.

Living in Ridgefield
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Transportation

Sure, there is no public transportation to speak of here, but let's look at the bright side: Ridgefield has been given a very healthy WalkScore of 83. What does that mean for you? Exercise, fresh air, and no stops at the gas station, mostly. This community is one in which you can take a walk, run some errands, and make it home in time for lunch without running yourself ragged or being hassled.

Groceries

There are six food and home-supply centers serving Ridgefield's 7,600 people -- and that's a lot! You'll have your choice of quick grocery runs at the Super Stop and Shop, picnic supplies and fancy cheese and the 109 Cheese and Wine, Italian goodies from Villarina's Pasta and Fine Foods, and even organic produce from Nature's Temptations. If you aren't an aspiring cook, you will be soon! Or you could always hire an in-home chef. Either way, there are so many imported and locally-grown specialties for sale, you may enjoy dining at home more than ever before.

Restaurants

If you thought there were a lot of grocery outlets, you're going to be blown away by the selection of fine-dining establishments in Ridgefield. Try out the Cajun cuisine at The Bayou North, some wood-fired pizza at Venice Restaurant and Pizzeria, or stop by the Early Bird Cafe for brunch and have an omelette. Craving some hibachi or sushi? Mannen Japanese and Chinese ought to do the trick.

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City Guide

Ridgefield
The Battle of Ridgefield occurred here during the American Revolutionary War, on April 27, 1777. Pre-turncoat American soldier Benedict Arnold was among the fighting troops.
The Battle of Ridgefield occurred here during the American Revolutionary War, on April 27, 1777. Pre-turncoat American soldier Benedict Arnold was among the fighting troops.

Ridgefield is a 300-year-old town in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Its town center, which goes by the same name, used to be a stand-alone borough. Now it is officially considered a census-designated place separate from the outlying town, in which more than 7,600 people live. In this town guide, we're actually talking about the Ridgefield _town center, _and not Ridgefield _town. _Lost? Look for the Berkshire Mountains and start there -- you'll find your way back.

Moving to Ridgefield

Have you signed a lease on a two-bedroom apartment or house in Ridgefield? Congratulations! Now it's time to get things set up and ready for moving day.

Utilities

In Ridgefield, there are a few specific utility companies that serve the community. For water hookups, you'll have to contact Aquarion, which serves the town center as well as some parts of outlying Ridgefield. Electricity is provided by Connecticut Light and Power, and Comcast or AT&T can handle your telephone and cable needs. You can contact the Town of Ridgefield for advice on any of these utility companies, as well as to find out about any alternatives.

Places to Rent in Ridgefield

Connecticut has some beautiful, historic and eclectic architecture, and Ridgefield is no exception. In the home listings you'll find large colonial homes with pseudo-lighthouse attachments, broad houses with wide bay windows, and tall, splendid rental apartments with views of the forest and parks. Prices are higher than in most other towns and cities in America, but they also cover a wide range of accommodations. A studio apartment for rent in Ridgefield can differ in price from a four-bedroom house with an acre-wide plot by several thousand dollars. Remember to budget, think about what kind of home you want, and stick to it! One thing is for sure -- wherever you end up, it'll be beautiful.

Moving to Ridgefield
+

Have you signed a lease on a two-bedroom apartment or house in Ridgefield? Congratulations! Now it's time to get things set up and ready for moving day.

Utilities

In Ridgefield, there are a few specific utility companies that serve the community. For water hookups, you'll have to contact Aquarion, which serves the town center as well as some parts of outlying Ridgefield. Electricity is provided by Connecticut Light and Power, and Comcast or AT&T can handle your telephone and cable needs. You can contact the Town of Ridgefield for advice on any of these utility companies, as well as to find out about any alternatives.

Places to Rent in Ridgefield

Connecticut has some beautiful, historic and eclectic architecture, and Ridgefield is no exception. In the home listings you'll find large colonial homes with pseudo-lighthouse attachments, broad houses with wide bay windows, and tall, splendid rental apartments with views of the forest and parks. Prices are higher than in most other towns and cities in America, but they also cover a wide range of accommodations. A studio apartment for rent in Ridgefield can differ in price from a four-bedroom house with an acre-wide plot by several thousand dollars. Remember to budget, think about what kind of home you want, and stick to it! One thing is for sure -- wherever you end up, it'll be beautiful.

Neighborhoods in Ridgefield

Ridgefield's town center is a neighborhood unto itself, surrounded by other areas of the outlying town. Each section of greater Ridgefield has higher home values than the center, except for Ridgebury, directly to the north. Within the town center, Highways 33, 35, and 102 meet, just to the west of the East Ridge Recreation Center. Here, you'll find more amenities, businesses, and a closer-knit community than in the other neighborhoods of Ridgefield Town.

Outlying areas contain homes as spacious and beautiful as those within Ridgefield Center, however they are often accompanied by immense land plots that make the listings more expensive. Unless you're a hermit or aspiring gardener, the town center ought to suit your home needs better, since supply stores, groceries, and great restaurants are all a short distance away.

Neighborhoods in Ridgefield
+

Ridgefield's town center is a neighborhood unto itself, surrounded by other areas of the outlying town. Each section of greater Ridgefield has higher home values than the center, except for Ridgebury, directly to the north. Within the town center, Highways 33, 35, and 102 meet, just to the west of the East Ridge Recreation Center. Here, you'll find more amenities, businesses, and a closer-knit community than in the other neighborhoods of Ridgefield Town.

Outlying areas contain homes as spacious and beautiful as those within Ridgefield Center, however they are often accompanied by immense land plots that make the listings more expensive. Unless you're a hermit or aspiring gardener, the town center ought to suit your home needs better, since supply stores, groceries, and great restaurants are all a short distance away.

Living in Ridgefield

Transportation

Sure, there is no public transportation to speak of here, but let's look at the bright side: Ridgefield has been given a very healthy WalkScore of 83. What does that mean for you? Exercise, fresh air, and no stops at the gas station, mostly. This community is one in which you can take a walk, run some errands, and make it home in time for lunch without running yourself ragged or being hassled.

Groceries

There are six food and home-supply centers serving Ridgefield's 7,600 people -- and that's a lot! You'll have your choice of quick grocery runs at the Super Stop and Shop, picnic supplies and fancy cheese and the 109 Cheese and Wine, Italian goodies from Villarina's Pasta and Fine Foods, and even organic produce from Nature's Temptations. If you aren't an aspiring cook, you will be soon! Or you could always hire an in-home chef. Either way, there are so many imported and locally-grown specialties for sale, you may enjoy dining at home more than ever before.

Restaurants

If you thought there were a lot of grocery outlets, you're going to be blown away by the selection of fine-dining establishments in Ridgefield. Try out the Cajun cuisine at The Bayou North, some wood-fired pizza at Venice Restaurant and Pizzeria, or stop by the Early Bird Cafe for brunch and have an omelette. Craving some hibachi or sushi? Mannen Japanese and Chinese ought to do the trick.

Living in Ridgefield
+

Transportation

Sure, there is no public transportation to speak of here, but let's look at the bright side: Ridgefield has been given a very healthy WalkScore of 83. What does that mean for you? Exercise, fresh air, and no stops at the gas station, mostly. This community is one in which you can take a walk, run some errands, and make it home in time for lunch without running yourself ragged or being hassled.

Groceries

There are six food and home-supply centers serving Ridgefield's 7,600 people -- and that's a lot! You'll have your choice of quick grocery runs at the Super Stop and Shop, picnic supplies and fancy cheese and the 109 Cheese and Wine, Italian goodies from Villarina's Pasta and Fine Foods, and even organic produce from Nature's Temptations. If you aren't an aspiring cook, you will be soon! Or you could always hire an in-home chef. Either way, there are so many imported and locally-grown specialties for sale, you may enjoy dining at home more than ever before.

Restaurants

If you thought there were a lot of grocery outlets, you're going to be blown away by the selection of fine-dining establishments in Ridgefield. Try out the Cajun cuisine at The Bayou North, some wood-fired pizza at Venice Restaurant and Pizzeria, or stop by the Early Bird Cafe for brunch and have an omelette. Craving some hibachi or sushi? Mannen Japanese and Chinese ought to do the trick.