Pool, Tennis, Fresh Eggs and 4 Acres! Come to our Open House Sunday Jun.4th from 1 - 3 pm.
This amazing home and property at 36 Chalburn Road, Redding, CT will put a smile on your face. It's newly updated and move-in ready just in time for summer entertaining!
Imagine yourself with guests in the poolside sunshine while the kids run back and forth between pool and backyard fun. There are 4 acres of property here...room to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The gardens are AMAZING in bloom! Of course, they are meant to be enjoyed throughout the year so the landscaping provides plenty of visual interest even in the winter.
And wouldn't it be fun to have friends over to play tennis on your own Har-Tru court? Afterward, you could have a glass of lemonade on the patio...
There's even rooms for your feathered friends... fresh eggs can be yours daily! Or, convert it to an organic garden. The possibilities are endless!
Don't forget the interior! The kitchen has cherry cabinets with granite counters, hardwood floors run throughout the first floor, vaulted ceilings and plenty of natural light from the large windows will delight you. From it's cul-du-sac location in West Redding on the Ridgefield border, to it's updated and fresh interior, to the outdoor entertaining options, this house is a dream.
There are 4 bedrooms and 4 full baths here. Just look at the Master Suite!
It's a home for all seasons, meant to be enjoyed. So get that bathing suit ready and dive in! Call me, Dagny Eason for a personal tour or come to our Open House this Saturday, April 29 from 1 - 3 pm. Whether buying or selling, I'm happy to assist you!
Pool, Tennis, Fresh Eggs and 4 Acres! Come to our Open House Sunday Jun 4th from 1 - 3 pm.
36 Chalburn Road, Redding, CT 06896
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Redding is a rural town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, with beautiful scenery and plenty of open spaces. Rated as one of the best small towns to live in, Redding offers residents a peaceful and quiet life in a wonderful picturesque setting. The town is bordered by Bethel, Danbury, Easton, Ridgefield, Newtown, Wilton, and Weston, and offers residents the privacy and comfort that they desire.
Incorporated in 1767, the town of Redding grew as a farming and manufacturing community in the 19th and 20th century. Once the railroad came to town in 1852, the town’s population decreased considerably, as people abandoned their farms and moved away. This continued until the end of World War II, when the beauty of Redding was noticed by wealthy New Yorkers, who viewed this as a great opportunity to leave the big city and built houses in this bucolic and serene place. As city people started buying the antique colonial houses and build new ones, the town started developing and regained population.
Redding is known for the impressive educational and outdoor programs that it offers, as well as for the large number of historic buildings and colorful landscape. Redding has been the home of many famous artists, writers, and musicians such as Leonard Bernstein, Meat Loaf, Jascha Heifetz or Edward Steichen. The most famous Redding resident, however, is by far Mark Twain, who died here in 1910. The great Mark Twain Library hosts plenty of Twain memorabilia and is one of the city’s landmarks.
In addition to this, Redding’s beauty also comes from the natural treasures that are the town’s parks and gardens. Among the most beautiful places in town, there is Putnam Park - the oldest park in the state of Connecticut - and Devil’s Den, which covers miles and miles of hiking trails and natural wonders.