First time on the market in 25 years!
Pristine Light-filled Center Hall 4BR/2.5 Colonial w/many updates. House shows beautifully! Large, updated, eat-in Kitchen w/sliders to deck overlooking gorgeous property w/mature plantings and fenced-in pool! Formal Living room with hardwood floors and fireplace. Formal Living Room. Master Bedroom with full bath and hardwoods. 3 Additional Bedrooms with hall full bath.
Central Location within 2 miles to Metro North and 3 miles to Mark Twain Library. Close to schools, shopping and restaurants. Additional 500+ sq. feet in walk-out lower level - for playroom, media room, workshop.
Pristine condition! You will fall in love.......Great value for Redding "The Vermont of Fairfield County".
Ranked by "Connecticut Magazine" as #1 Small Town, Redding offers an Award winning School System, a proud New England heritage, and the serenity of a quiet country setting with easy access to Metropolitan New York.
With a population of approximately 9,000 and very little commercial development, Redding has maintained an untouched, upcountry feel and is referred to as the "Vermont of Fairfield County". Redding is known for its dedication to open space. Covering over 32 square miles, it has close to 4,000 acres of permanently protected land including Huntington State Park, Putnam State park and Topstone Park for swimming and hiking year round.
The town of Redding borders Ridgefield, Weston, Wilton, Easton, Bethel and Danbury.
Redding Public Schools
Redding’s children are served by a blue-ribbon school system that is part of the Easton-Redding-Region 9 School District. A Central office staff oversees Redding and Easton Elementary and Middle Schools, and Joel Barlow High School, which we share with our Easton neighbors.
The Redding Elementary School was awarded the prestigious PTA School of Excellence Award for 2015-17.
Redding Elementary School: pre-k – grade 4
John Read Middle School : grades 5-8
Joel Barlow High School: grades 9-12 from Redding and Easton.