Next for the Wrecking Ball in Greenwich: 1927 Sound Beach Ave Stone and Clapboard House

48 Sound Beach Ave

48 Sound Beach Ave

Update #2: Aristide Achy-Brou and Ijeoma Akunyili submitted a request for a 90-day extension to file required sheet for application for final subdivision for property at 48 Sound Beach Ave in R-7 zone. The request is on the agenda for the P&Z meeting on Nov 1, 2016.

Update #1: The Greenwich Historical Society has put a delay on the demolition of 48 Sound Beach Ave, making the earliest date it can be demolished January 13th, according to the town building department.

Original Story: All Star Welding & Demolition LLC has filed an application with the DPW Division of Buildings to demolish the stone and clapboard colonial featuring a slate roof at 48 Sound Beach Ave.

The property, located in the R7 zone, is on .43 acres and was built in 1927. The house is set back from busy Sound Beach Ave.  The owner’s name is Aristide Achybrou and Ijeoma Akunyill.

The house sold from Eric Begole and Christine Begole to Aristide Achy-Brou and Ijeoma Akunyill on March 22, 2016 for $1,325,000

According to Zillow, the home features bookcases, wide width pine plank flooring, bay window, 2 stone fireplaces, and beamed ceiling and panelled walls in the living room and library.


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