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Bridget Birdsall

Broker
(608) 807.6760
bridgetbirdsall.com

A Wisconsin Licensed Real Estate Broker for over 30 years, Bridget comes from a long legacy of residential and commercial real estate brokers that began with her grandmother in 1954.

Bridget has called Madison home for twenty-five years. For Bridget, real estate is about connection and creativity, helping people envision and manifest home environments that nurture and support their dreams. Homes that truly reflect who they are and what they value.

She now lives on Madison’s near west side where she and her creative cohort “right-sized” into a home that met their collective needs; bedrooms and a bath on the first floor, separate offices for working from home and a two-car garage. Even a fire pit and waterfall that circulates reclaimed snow and rainwater, a perfect sanctuary to share with the birds. Inside they added colors, colors, colors!


I believe luxury is for everyone. No matter your budget. Ask me about right-sizing, up-cycling, de-cluttering, re-modeling and feng shui, I’ve done it all myself.


Testimonials

“We loved working with Bridget—she was kind and patient with us while we were making decisions and she was prompt and aggressive when we needed information from the seller and/or acting on our behalf. We would absolutely work with her again and would recommend the entire Sprinkman team to anyone looking to buy or sell.”

—Jen McElroy


 

About Bridget

  • Attended Creighton University on a Basketball Scholarship
  • BSBA, Marketing Management
  • MFA, Writing for Children and Young Adults
  • Published award-winning writer, and currently a visiting teaching artist at Edgewood High School for CTM Theater’s Young Playwrights’ Program
  • Founding member of Madison’s own Arts & Literature Laboratory
  • Certified Yoga Instructor: Westside Senior Center and in Verona

Local Favorites

  • CTM Theater
  • Libraries (especially downtown!)
  • Local Literary & Art Scene (especially the Arts & Literature Laboratory)
  • Museums & Parks & easy access to the Driftless, Ice Age Trail
  • Bike Paths, Picnic Point, Lakes and Riverways
  • Farmers Market (especially apples in the fall)
  • State Street (favorite shop Little Luxuries)