This greatly expanded 1802 house on Main Street at the corner of Market Street was once a meat market. The house underwent numerous changes over the years. In the mid-20th century, it was the home of a noted local suffragette. Later it housed the Ridgefield Visiting Nurse Association.
Today a sign out front declares that it is the office of an aging life care professional. Among the services offered here are end-of-life doula. Like so many others in the neighborhood, the house has a big display of American bunting flags.