This 1880 Queen Anne gem stands back and above East Ridge Road. The home was designed and built by Charles Betts Northrup, a carpenter and builder who grew up in Ridgefield. The home was eventually occupied as a summer retreat for Maude Bouvier Davis, who spent summers here.
Maude was sometimes visited here by her niece, Jackie Bouvier, later known as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, First Lady to President John F. Kennedy. Maude owned the property until 1972.
I love a house with a turret, Jack.
What a beautiful house. I always liked the Queen Anne style. Not surprised famous people lived here.
A beautiful house.
Quite a beauty.
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