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Real Estate in Redding, Connecticut (CT)  

The following links are to New Construction (Builders), Real Estate Companies, Brokerage firms and individuals selling houses and parcels of land in Redding, Connecticut.

If you'd like to learn more about the four sections of town: Georgetown, Redding Center, Redding Ridge and West Redding, click here to find out what each has to offer the potential buyer.

William Pitt Real Estate- Agent Ginny Beasley
470 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Agent Phn: 203-482-4938
Ginny Beasley

Redding, CT Real Estate Companies:
Real estate companies located in Redding, Connecticut (CT). Georgetown, CT is located in Redding's southwestern corner, bordering Wilton and Ridgefield (Branchville section).

William Pitt Real Estate- Agent Ginny Beasley
Agent Phn: 203-482-4938
Ginny Beasley

Coldwell Banker
940 Danbury Road, P.O. Box 780
Georgetown, CT 06829
Phone: 203.544.9591

Settlers & Traders Real Estate
3 Main Street
Georgetown, CT 06829
Phone: 203-544-8351

Town & Country Real Estate
626 Redding Road
Redding, CT 06896
Phone: 203-938-3694


Real Estate Companies serving Redding, CT from surrounding towns:
Real estate companies outside of Redding, Connecticut (CT), but in close proximity to it. Main Street, Ridgefield is about 5 minutes to the West Redding and Georgetown areas, 10 minutes to Redding Center and 15 minutes to Redding Ridge.

William Pitt Real Estate- Agent Ginny Beasley
470 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Agent Phn: 203-482-4938
Ginny Beasley

William Raveis Real Estate
426 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Phone: (203) 431-0433

Century 21 Landmark Properties
Century 21 Landmark Properties
398 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Phone: 203-431-0000

Neumann Real Estate
395 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT
Phone: (800)-966-0455


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Ten Reasons why Redding is The Ideal Choice:

  1. Location
  2. Convenience/Proximity
  3. State of the Art Services
  4. A Healthy Environment
  5. Comfortable and Safe
  6. Sense of Community
  7. Recreation for All Tastes
  8. First Class Entertainment
  9. Value for Your Investment
  10. A Positive Future

1. Location: Perfectly Situated Between “Big City” and “Country Relaxation”.

  1. General location
    • Near NYC (55 miles)
    • Fairfield County (Bethel, Danbury, Easton, Fairfield, Newtown, Ridgefield, Wilton)

  2. Transportation
    • Airports (LGA, Westchester, Hartford)
    • Train (Metro North, Amtrak)
    • Highways (I-95, Merritt Parkway, I-84)

2. Convenience/Proximity: Easy Access to All the Basics.

  1. Nearby (all the niceties)
    • Danbury Fair Mall
    • Federal Road
    • Bethel, Ridgefield and Wilton

  2. In-town (all the necessities)
    • Georgetown
    • Redding Ridge
    • West Redding “walk-to”
    • HART Bus
    • Veterinary / Boarding / Kennels

3. State of the Art Services: Superior Town-wide Services. Everything you need delivered in an approachable, friendly, accessible manner.

  1. EMS/Fire/Police
  2. Town Hall
  3. (4) Post Offices
  4. Community Center
  5. Heritage House
  6. Social Services
  7. Park and Recreation
  8. Exceptional Schools
  9. Volunteer organizations

4. A Healthy Environment: A Breath of Fresh Air.

  1. Simple and uncongested

  2. Clean air, plentiful water, green open space

  3. Stay in shape
  4. Close to Danbury Hospital
    • (Norwalk and Yale New Haven Hospitals near by)

5. Comfortable and Safe: Privacy without Isolation.

  1. Scenic
  2. Quiet
  3. Plentiful forest and open space (preserved open space + undeveloped land = 35% of acreage)
  4. Historic
  5. Friendly, easy pace
  6. Secure, low crime rate

6. Sense of Community:

  1. Active, involved town spirit
  2. Preservation oriented
  3. Uniqueness is a trademark
  4. Motivated and involved people
  5. Diverse in population, housing, religion
  6. Accessible town officials and employees

7. Recreation for All Tastes:

  1. Hiking, Picnicking, Boating, Fishing
    • Topstone Town Park
    • Audubon Property
    • Putnam Historic State Park
    • Huntington Estate State Park
    • Devil’s Den Nature Preserve
    • Candlewood Lake

  2. New Pond Farm (working farm and park)

  3. Town Park and Recreation
    • Tennis Courts (RCC and Joel Barlow HS)
    • Multipurpose Playing Fields
    • Playgrounds, Gymnasiums
    • Classes and Trips

  4. Fitness and Exercise
    • Wilton Y
    • Redding Community Center
    • Meadow Ridge
    • Redding Country Club
    • Mt. Southington / Powder Ridge (skiing)
    • Golf (Richter Park, Ridgefield)

  5. Special Events
    • Historical Society
    • Concerts on the Green
    • Mark Twain Library: Book Fair, Art Show, Frog Frolic
    • Annual Events: Church Fairs, Tractor Show, Antique Auto Show, Garden Club Plant Sale,
      Putnam Park Encampments
    • Seasonal Farmer’s Markets

  6. Mark Twain Library
    • Newly expanded
    • Concerts, films, lectures, discussions
    • Ongoing programs for all ages, free Internet access

  7. Heritage House Senior Center

  8. Organizations

8. First Class Entertainment: Premiere Entertainment without the Fuss.

  1. Arts
    • Redding is graced with numerous professional artists, musicians, authors and performers. They regularly contribute their talents to local organizations providing frequent showings, readings, seminars and events
    • Ridgefield—Aldrich Museum & Gallery
    • Ridgefield Symphony

  2. Theater
    • Ridgefield Playhouse (Nat’l Touring Concerts, and Broadway Quality Theater)
    • Ridgefield Theater Barn
    • West Conn University (Danbury)

  3. A Variety of Restaurants
    • Twelve in-town establishments from Zagaat-Rated to Pizza
    • Abundant choices within 20 minutes in Ridgefield, Wilton, Bethel and Danbury.

  4. Movies in all directions
    • Bethel Cinema (3 screens–senior & weekday discounts)
    • Danbury Multiplex
    • Ridgefield Playhouse

  5. Sports for participation and viewing
    • Year-round outdoor sports and organized leagues
    • Hockey, Baseball, Basketball (Danbury, Bridgeport, Fairfield and New Haven “semi pro” and college teams)

9. Value for Your Investment: A better investment unavailable elsewhere in Fairfield County.

  1. Real Estate
    • Redding offers the home buyer more acreage and square footage per dollar invested (50% less than Westport, 20% less than Ridgefield)
    • Over the past 4 years the average cost of a home in Redding has increased by 30% providing the purchaser a nice ROI without being over inflated.

  2. Unique
    • Open Space...almost 1/3 of Town area
    • Gives Seniors biggest tax breaks in the state
    • Consistently rated #1 in CT for its size

10. A Positive Future: Future Growth with a Watchful Eye.

  1. Georgetown Re-Development
  2. “Overdevelopment” in Route 7 “corridor” & surrounding areas (Wilton/Ridgefield) will make Redding even more unique
  3. Presence of Adult Communities (Meadow Ridge and others) fits with town plans
  4. Town commitment to “Maintain the positive status quo”

Connecticut Magazine's #1 Small Town!
and has been ranked #1 or #2 for the past decade!!

Revaluation: The Town of Redding, CT last implemented a revaluation in 2008.


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