Quiet and peaceful Redding CT was founded in 1767. It's rich in history, New England Style and Yankee Hospitality. Home to 3,400 families who treasure its rural landscape ~ 36% of Redding is permanent open space. There are four sections of Redding: Redding Center, Redding Ridge, West Redding and Georgetown. Don't feel like cooking? There are many eateries dotted throughout this charming town. Redding Ridge Deli is a convenient Market/Deli on route 58..Your appetite will be delighted with their daily specials, soups, incredible sandwiches and "milkshake of the month"! Other favorite Redding Restaurants include 'Spinning Wheel", "Black Cat Grill", "Wiremill Saloon and Barbeque", "Rancho Alegre Mexican", "Redding Roadhouse", "Spinning Wheel". If you're an avid golfer you'll enjoy The Redding Country Club. Hiking enthusiasts frequent Huntington Park, Putnam Park, The Little River Watershed and the Rivulus Trails for wonderful trails with breathtaking scenery. Hollywood likes Redding and many movies have been filmed in this idyllic CT town! Mark Twain made Redding his final home and was the founder of the Redding Public Library aptly named Mark Twain Library. You'll find a generous inventory of Lovely Historic Homes dating back to the 1800's, as well as Stunning New Construction. Route 58 makes this an ideal spot to live in the country with easy commute to down county or New York.

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
There's holiday spirit
Great schools
Great for retirees
Car is needed
Easy commutes
Parking is easy
Yards are well-kept
Streets are well-lit
Parks and playgrounds
Lots of wildlife
It's quiet
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
Walking / Hiking trails
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