Welcome to Twin Ridge


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About Twin Ridge

Twin Ridge is a residential neighborhood known for its safe, quiet streets and picturesque surroundings. It is situated just a short drive southeast of the main village of Ridgefield, CT and is approximately 60 miles northeast of New York City.

One of the notable features of Twin Ridge is its proximity to various amenities. Residents can easily access shopping centers, dining options, public and private golf courses, numerous lakes, and plenty of open spaces, including the Weir Farm National Historic Park, spanning 60 acres, which was once the residence of J. Alden Weir, an American impressionist painter.

The history of Twin Ridge traces back to Ridgefield's founding in 1708. The area was originally farmland owned by the Keeler family for generations. Present-day Twin Ridge consists of 129 homes on approximately 150 acres largely built over 30 years, commencing in 1961.

Twin Ridge's distinctive blend of traditional and modern home designs was carefully created by independent builders and approved by G. Barrett Montgomery Construction, Inc. owned by Giles Newton and Giles Barrett 'Barry' Montgomery who are well-regarded for their visionary community developments. Notably, Barry Montgomery's great uncle was Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor famous for Mount Rushmore.

The neighborhood's name, Twin Ridge, reflects the local terrain, which features two prominent ridges. The subdivision comprises six principal roads: Beechwood Lane, Indian Cave Road, Little Ridge Road, Rising Ridge Road, Strawberry Ridge Road, and Twin Ridge Road, serving as the main entrance. Pelham Road, one of Ridgefield's original 'old' roads, borders Twin Ridge and Weir Farm.

The longevity of Twin Ridge's community speaks to its appeal and quality of life. More than half of the families who move to Twin Ridge choose to stay for over 10 years, and more than one-third reside for over 20 years. In 2023, 13 homeowners have lived here for over 40 years, and two are original buyers with an impressive 60-year tenure.

The enduring appeal of Twin Ridge and the wider Ridgefield area is also reflected in the consistent increase in home values. If you're considering relocating to a place with a strong sense of community, rich history, and attractive surroundings, Twin Ridge makes a compelling choice.

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