Packed P&Z Agenda Features Several Demolitions

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12 Bryon Road in Old Greenwich. Photo courtesy Assessor’s office at Greenwich Town Hall.

The Planning and Zoning commission is gearing up for another marathon meeting, Tuesday, Jan 6, and the crowded agenda is bursting with requests to demolish houses.

Scott and Kelly Freishtat are on the agenda with their application for a final coastal site plan to demolish and construct a new single family home at 12 Bryon Road in Old Greenwich. The property is .24 of an acre and the existing house, 1,672 sq ft, was built in 1936. The existing house has seven rooms, including three bedrooms, one bath and one half-bath.


 

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37 Day Road. Photo, courtesy Assessor’s office at Greenwich Town Hall.

Applications from “37 Day Road, LLC” for a final site plan and special permit seek to demolish and replace the existing dwelling, a 3,383 sq ft home built in 1952 on five acres in back country near the New York state line.

The  Assessor’s office at Town Hall indicates the property includes a 1,274 sq ft guest house, also built in 1952.

The application seeks to build a new single family dwelling with all structures totaling over 150,000 cubic feet in volume and 12,802 sq ft in GFA, a reconfigured driveway, pool and storm water drainage.


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828 North Street. Photo courtesy Assessor’s office at Greenwich Town Hall.

Also on the agenda, Uma and Sunil Reddy’s application for final site plan and special permit to demolish the Cape at 828 North Street that was built in 1953.

The Reddys seek to build a new single family residence with new driveway, pool, septic system, landscaping and storm water drainage system in excess of 150,000 cubic ft in volume and 10,277 sq ft in GFA.

The back country property is 4.3 acres. The existing home has 12 rooms including seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, a pool and tennis court.


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42 Gilliam Lane. Photo, courtesy Assessor’s office at Greenwich Town Hall.

Next on the Jan. 6 P&Z agenda is Alberto Jose Delgado’s application for a final coastal site plan and special permit to demolish the existing residence at 42 Gilliam Lane in Riverside, which was built in 1929.

Delgado seeks to construct a new single family residence with pool, patios, driveway and drainage improvements in excess of 150,000 cubic ft in volume and 9,465 sq ft in GFA . The property is 1.41 acres and the existing home has four bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths and is 3,436 sq ft.


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