Redding

Founded in 1767 and often referred to as the “Vermont of Connecticut,” Redding is a rural Fairfield County community.

Town leaders and residents are committed to preserving its rich New England history, extensive open space and stunning natural resources. Redding has more than 60 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing, and ideal fishing areas are available as well. The town enjoys an active recreation department, community and senior centers, as well as public sports facilities, and is home to the Highstead Arboretum with its lovely, wooded walking trails and on-site museum, sure to delight all ages and interests. There is no shortage of opportunities for recreation, as a private golf and tennis club is located here as well.

Town leaders and residents are committed to preserving its rich New England history, extensive open space and stunning natural resources. Redding has more than 60 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing, and ideal fishing areas are available as well. The town enjoys an active recreation department, community and senior centers, as well as public sports facilities, and is home to the Highstead Arboretum with its lovely, wooded walking trails and on-site museum, sure to delight all ages and interests. There is no shortage of opportunities for recreation, as a private golf and tennis club is located here as well.

Town leaders and residents are committed to preserving its rich New England history, extensive open space and stunning natural resources. Redding has more than 60 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing, and ideal fishing areas are available as well. The town enjoys an active recreation department, community and senior centers, as well as public sports facilities, and is home to the Highstead Arboretum with its lovely, wooded walking trails and on-site museum, sure to delight all ages and interests. There is no shortage of opportunities for recreation, as a private golf and tennis club is located here as well.

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Redding is a town unlike any other town in Fairfield County. I am proud to live in a town with such integrity, beauty and commitment to conservation. Truly, the shinning jewel of Fairfield County.
Susan Boone Durkee Resident since 1975

Featured Listings

30 Mark Twain Lane
Redding, CT $3,500,000

30 Mark Twain Lane

Redding, CT

$3,500,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 5/1 Baths
  • 6,300 Sqft
6 Lonetown Road
Redding, CT $1,000,000

6 Lonetown Road

Redding, CT

$1,000,000
  • 12.34 Acres
19 Packer Brook Road
Redding, CT $825,000

19 Packer Brook Road

Redding, CT

$825,000
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101 Pinetree Road
Redding, CT $369,000

101 Pinetree Road

Redding, CT

$369,000
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  • 2 Baths
  • 1,811 Sqft
11 Putnam Park Road
Redding, CT $5,750/mo

11 Putnam Park Road

Redding, CT

$5,750/mo
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,898 Sqft
229 Umpawaug Road
Redding, CT $8,500,000

229 Umpawaug Road

Redding, CT

$8,500,000
  • 6 Beds
  • 9/2 Baths
  • 7,498 Sqft
109 Black Rock Turnpike
Redding, CT $2,999,000

109 Black Rock Turnpike

Redding, CT

$2,999,000
  • 10,655 Sqft
78 George Hull Hill Road
Redding, CT $2,495,000

78 George Hull Hill Road

Redding, CT

$2,495,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4/2 Baths
  • 6,218 Sqft

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Units Sold

January 2023

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