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Ridgeland real estate is one of Mississippi's fastest growing communities, which is no wonder, with the city's old-time Southern charm and modern-day business amenities. The City of Ridgeland has it all; a strong and developing economy, great neighborhoods, superior schools, beautiful parks and its close proximity to the Jackson, the state's largest metropolitan area.
Ridgeland is located in Madison County, Mississippi, just north of Jackson, Mississippi's state capitol. Ridgeland enjoys a mild, temperate climate and plentiful sunshine nearly year round.
In recent years a thriving business community has blended into a tranquil residential surrounding ~ businesses seeking growth and prosperity and working to broaden opportunities for existing companies and entrepreneurs alike.
Statistics across the country show the one differentiating factor that makes a business decide to remain, relocate or expand into a certain area is quality of life. Ridgeland residents live a high quality lifestyle in safe, family-oriented neighborhoods.
History of Ridgeland
In 1853, James B. Yellowley founded the community of Yellowley's Crossing (later named Jessamine, after his wife). Two Chicago developers, Edward Treakle and Gordon Nichols, purchased the land from Yellowley and founded Highland Colony. They laid out a city which they named Ridgeland and enticed settlers from the North to move south. Farming thrived with pears and strawberries as the main crops.
Education in Ridgeland
If schools are important to you, then the Ridgeland School System is for you! The schools are modern and well staffed, with strong city and community involvement.
Ridgeland Public Schools are part of the Madison County School System, one of the finest Mississippi school districts. Highland Elementary School, Olde Towne Middle School, and Ridgeland High School have each received a performance classification of 5. This is the top achievement level for public schools in Mississippi and only 9.6% of schools in the state have achieved this level.
If private school is a preference for you, two viable options are St. Andrews Episcopal School, one of Mississippi's most academically acclaimed schools, or Christ Covenant School.
Things to See and Do in Ridgeland
Ridgeland is full of activities for everyone to enjoy. Ridgeland's parks, outdoor recreation, award winning community programs and events are attractive to young and old alike. The city offers playgrounds, trails, sports fields and a tennis center, representing some of the finest facilities in the state.
A national treasure, Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444 mile long National Park. Ridgeland is a portal to this national treasure offering many recreational opportunities.
Mississippi Magazine "Best in Mississippi" Best Waterfront Destination, the Ross Barnett Reservoir creates a haven for many outdoor adventures and is a 33,000 acre mecca for sailing, boating, fishing and a plethora of water sports.
Ridgeland, Mississippi Craft Center and Visitor Center are located on the Trace. The center is housed in an old dogtrot log cabin. It is a monument to the skill and hard work of Mississippi artisans. The works of more than 150 guild members are offered for sale or public admiration. These fine Southern crafts include vivid Choctaw baskets and pottery, old-fashioned quilts, carvings in natural wood and an eclectic array of jewelry. This unique center serves as an information center as well as craft classes, demonstrations and the famous Pioneer and Indian Festival.
Ridgeland is a crossroads, halfway between Memphis and New Orleans, Atlanta and Dallas. Don't miss out on the right living of Ridgeland, where homegrown business success meets hot air balloon glows and stunning reservoir sunsets meet memorable shopping excursions. Ridgeland is one of the more scenic stops along the world-renowned Natchez Trace Parkway. Ridgeland is a place where "big city" amenities and entertainment are tempered with small town hospitality and charm. Adjacent to Jackson, Mississippi's capitol, Ridgeland also offers all of amenities of a metropolitan area. When visiting the Jackson area, Ridgeland is an fine choice for your vacation destination.
Ridgeland is the home to the newest and finest shopping places in our Metro area, The Renaissance. Our all time favorite place for fine dining and for special occasions is Ruth's Chris Steak House. If you get a chance to go to Ruth's Chris, tell Andy, the manager, Mary & Bill told you to come! The restaurant is located in The Renainnance. You will also fine many of your favorite shops.
When in Ridgeland, you must visit the Parker House Restaurant, a local favorite. They offer fine dining, lunch favorites and vintage wines.
Another fabulous restaurant to visit (also one of our personal favorites) is Amerigo's Italian Restaurant.
If steak is what you crave, everyone knows that Ridgeland's best kept secret is Shapley's Restaurant.
Ridgeland, Mississippi real estate truely has everything you need for a comfortable lifestyle. Come for a visit to see for yourself.
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