Affectionally known as the Vermont of Connecticut, this allows its residents to be close to activities but allow locals to enjoy a more rural lifestyle. This rural community is known for preserving both its historic and natural resources. First settled in 1642, the town became known for its historical sights and classic charm. Home to spaces including Putnam Memorial State Park and Topstone Park, this town remains charming yet reserved. With high educationstandards and three districts, Redding embodies some of the best aspects a town can posses. Looking for some local entertainment and dining? Georgetown village lies on the border of Redding and has some great amenities such as The Lumberyard, The Georgetown Saloon, and The Wire Mill.
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