Exploring Redding While We Deliver You a Stunning Kitchen
Also known as the Vermont of Connecticut, this serene, rural, and heavenly town is located in the heart of Fairfield County's kitchen remodeling scene. This cute town was founded in 1767. Redding was named “Reading” after a town in Berkshire, England, by its colonizers but eventually altered the spellings to match its pronunciation. There is another story where they attribute its name to John Read, a prominent lawyer in Boston who was a major landholder of town and also worked devotedly for the demarcation of town's boundaries.
Nestled between the towns that Kitchen Infinity provides services to like fully renovated kitchens in Norwalk Easton, Bethel, Danbury, Newtown, Wilton, and Weston. It covers an entire area of 32.1 square miles with a population density of 285 square miles. It is divided into four primary sections;
Reddings Center— acts as the commercial zone of the town with restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, and shops.
Redding Ridge — lanes full of colonial houses, markets, and restaurants.
West Redding— residential zone which includes neighborhoods of Lonetown, Sanfordtown, and Topstone along with Metro-North Railroad station.
Georgetown— southwestern division of the town where portions of Redding, Wilton, Ridgefield, and Weston meet.
Normally, it acts as a weekend escape destination for the New Yorkers who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Nowadays, tourists prefer a Bed and Breakfast over the hotels for delicious home cooked food and personalized experience. That is why some homeowners who have a spare bedroom or living space, often run a bed and breakfast in their properties. This is a great way to earn some extra money to cope with the living cost of this town, which is 54.7% higher than the US average. So if you are about to buy a house here, don't hesitate to blow some extra bucks on the renovation of your kitchen, which will assist you in the running of bed and breakfast. Moreover, you will earn all of it back either through hosting or reselling of the house, thus making it a smart investment.
As exclaimed by a famous writer Samuel L. Clemens, otherwise known by his pen name Mark Twain, “I did not imagine it could be this beautiful!”. He moved here in 1908 from Manhattan and was immediately captivated by its beauty. He initiated the project of constructing a library in Redding when his villa could not accommodate all of his books. He donated 3000 volumes and urged other residents to fund the library building. Now it is named after him and also serves as a famous tourist attraction.
Redding is an ideal town for individuals who want to stay close to nature in a place surrounded by forests and lakes. These are outdoor recreational sports in the area;
Collis P. Huntington State Park — a natural resort where you can go for cycling, hiking, and horseback riding.
Devil's Den Preserve — a series of trails that lead to the spectacular views of Saugatuck Reservoir.
Topstone Park — a flourishing park owned by the town that has sand shore lakes where people gather for swimming and kayaking during summer.
New Pond Farm — Carmen Mathews an actress, built this farm which in addition to growing vegetation, hosts camps for kids and troubled youth.
Highstead — a 36-acre wide land with landscapes like a wetland, woodland, and a meadow, is home to a diverse variety of flora.