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Welcome to 31 Bridle Road in Redding

203-209-2075 [email protected]

Welcome to 31 Bridle Road in Redding, CT

Elegantly sited on a coveted road in lower Redding with pool and pond views, this Classic and Pristine 4 bedroom 3.5 bath Colonial has both 1st and 2nd floor master suite options. Open concept updated kitchen and family room with wood burning fireplace: perfect for daily life + for entertaining. Formal

dining room and living room with gas fireplace overlooks manicured gardens. Enormous first floor master suite with fireplace and French doors to terrace and pool. A mudroom attached to a 2 car garage and powder room complete the 1st floor. Above the master suite is an enormous bonus room with beautiful views for your home gym, office, playroom, game room. Three additional bedrooms up the main staircase, one master suite and two bedrooms share hall

bath. Two finished rooms and laundry in the lower level. In all, one wood and two gas fireplaces. Park-like private lot with heated Gunite pool. Private pond association with sandy beach access and fishing. Expansive cedar deck with trellis for a dream setting, bocce court and a garden shed. Quiet neighborhood and cul-de-sac is great for walking and cycling. Some features of Redding and area include: Miles of hiking trails, 20 minutes from LI Sound beaches, 12 minutes from shopping, 7 minutes to Merritt parkway, easy access to NYC.

Organic local farms 3 miles away. Close to public schools. Joel Barlow HS ranked #9 county-wide according to Niche 2021. Have it all. Pool. Pond. Natural setting. A country lifestyle within 65 miles of midtown Manhattan.

Improvements and Upgrades at 31 Bridle Road 

Addition of MBR and study

Central air

New kitchen with high end appliances


Cedar deck to replace PT boards


Upgraded landscaping

Exterior paint 3 years ago

Alarm system

Refinished basement

Pet bath tub

New overhead garage doors

Hardwood floors added

Custom fireplace surround in LR

New oil furnace 6 years ago with new stainless steel chimney liner

New pool heater 2 years ago

New attic eave fan 3 months ago

Things We Love About 31 Bridle Road 

Park like private lot with heated gunite pool

Quiet neighborhood and cul de sac for kids to bike

Great elementary, middle and high schools

Perfect place to raise kids

Pond view with beach access and fishing

Miles of hiking within town and surrounds

20 minutes from LI Sound beaches

12 minutes from shopping

7 minutes to Merritt parkway and easy access to NYC

Organic local farms 3 miles away

Open concept kitchen/FR for entertaining

One wood and two gas fireplaces

Bus stops at end of driveway




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31 Bridle Road in Reddin


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Huntington State Park Maple Row Tree Farm Silverman's Farm Redding Country Club West Redding Train Station John Read Middle School Mark Twain Library Joel Barlow High School Redding Elementary School Devils Den Weir Farm Park Merritt Parkway

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Welcome to Redding Connecticut Connecticut Magazine has ranked Redding the #1 or #2 small town for the past decade, and in 2013, it was ranked #1 in Economy. This peaceful rural community in the heart of Fairfield County is committed to excellence in education, maintaining open space, and preserving its historical and natural resources. The town offers a superb education with 1 elementary school, 1 middle school, and Barlow High School, ranked #9 in the country by US News & World Report’s 2013 Best High School ratings, and #9 by Connecticut Magazine. Visitors and commuters can easily access I-84 to the north, and Rte. 7 on its western border. Routes 107, 53, and 58 intersect, offering access to the Merritt Parkway and I-95. The Redding Metro-North Railroad station serves resident via the Danbury branch of the New Haven Line. (The station is actually signed “West Redding.”) Westchester Country Airport, Tweed New Haven Regional Airport, and Stewart International Airport are all within an hour’s drive. There are four sections forming the town, including Georgetown, Redding Center, Redding Ridge, and West Redding. Although the town humbly shows the wealth that is identified with Fairfield County, it is a more secluded option for home ownership. Much of its popularity is derived from the careful planning that has preserved its distinctive, charming character. Redding Center was designated a National Register Historic District in 1992. The district consists of approximately 55 acres, 39 historic structures, and a cemetery dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. Georgetown, which includes parts of Redding, Ridgefield, Wilton, and Weston, was designated a National Register Historic District in 1987. Several movies were filmed in Redding, including “Valley of the Dolls,” “The Last House on the Left,” “The Stepford Wives,” and most recently, a Disney film, “Old Dogs.” Redding’s renowned resident, Samuel Clemens, founded the Mark Twain Public Library in 1908. He added 3000 books from his own collection, growing the library with donations from colleagues in the publishing world, and raising funds himself by hosting concerts at his mansion. Annual library fundraisers include an art show and a gigantic used-book sale that attracts readers and bookshop owners from all over New England. There are three public golf courses nearby, but many residents enjoy the friendly atmosphere and amenities of the Redding Country Club, a private club nestled high atop the hills in a beautiful rural setting.

203-209-2075 [email protected]

31 Bridle Road in Redding 203-209-2075 [email protected]