Rural community dedicated to preserving open space and excellence in education.
Incorporated in 1767, Redding has determinedly maintained its rural roots by establishing a 2-acre minimum zoning rule for most areas in 1957 in order to fend off large subdivision tracts of homes on smaller parcels. Today, Redding maintains a population of just under 9,000 residents, who enjoy a number of public parks, acres of open space and a convenient commuting location via auto or train.
Residents of Redding enjoy homes on large parcels of property, thanks in part to the two-acre minimum zoning. Homes include a mix of colonials, renovated farmhouses and new construction. A few condominiums are available in town. Home prices start just under the half-million dollar mark and go into the multi-millions for spectacular estate homes.
Redding is located just east of Ridgefield and south of Danbury. With its own train station and easy access to Route 7, Redding is a favored location for those who want to live in the “country” yet must commute to lower Fairfield County, Westchester County or Manhattan.
Important Phone Numbers:
Redding Town Hall: 203.938.2377
Redding Tax Assessor: 203.938.2626
Redding Elementary: 203.938.2519
John Read Middle: 203.938.2533
Joel Barlow High: 203.938.2508
Contact Don today for more information about buying or selling a home in Redding.