Baireddipalle is a village and a Mandal in Chittoor district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. 
It has an average elevation of 704 metres (2,310 ft).
It is sandwiched between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu with a 10km width. Residents speak Telugu, Tamil andKannada.
This village is about 55 kilometres West of Chittoor, its district headquarters. Bangalore, the capital of Karanataka is about 115 kilometres away.
“Sri Kodanda Rama”, “Sri Gangamma” and “Sri Rudreswara Swamy” temples are there. Another very old temple of “Sri Seshadri Swamy” is South of the village in front of which there is huge stone having inscriptions in an unknown language. This temple was almost in ruins till the latter part of the 1950s. One of the prominent people of the village took interest and restored it during the 1950s and early 1960s.
The annual “Mailara Jatre” festival is celebrated about fifteen days after Sankranthi. It attracts visitors and participants from 60 kilometres away.
The River Palar begins in the deep forests about five kilometres from this village.