Greenwich, Connecticut — Residents who recently bought a waterfront home for $ 27.75 million in Greenwich’s exclusive Belle Haven section, according to an application filed with the Planning and Zoning Commission, defeated it and made it a larger mansion. I want to build.
On June 21, the Commission discussed pre-application for the proposal.
The pre-application process allows for non-binding discussions with the Commission on the pros and cons of the proposal before making significant investments in planning, reporting and research development.
There are two sections on the premises. There are 17 vacant Smith Roads, 7 bedrooms with current views of Greenwich Harbor, and 23 Smith Roads with a single-family colony and pool.
23 Smith Road Properties Sold in May 2021 At a record price, Houlihan Lawrence said.
According to the applicant’s leading lawyer, Christopher Bristol, the project will consolidate the two properties, demolish the house and pool, and build a new home with a total floor area of 15,288 square feet.
A new outdoor pool will be built and an underground fitness facility with a total floor area of 4,887 square feet will be proposed. According to the documents related to the application, the fitness facility has a gym area, an indoor pool and a paddle tennis court.
According to Bristol, the existing garage will be converted into an art studio space and the cottage in front of the building will be maintained and refurbished. An additional 1,728 square feet underground garage will be built.
“All facilities in the house and on the premises are for use only by the owner, the owner’s family, and guests,” Bristol said in the application.
Commissioner Nick Makri said he understands the proposed home design but wants more information about “what’s happening inside.”
“I see laundry in a 1,100-square-foot basement in a single-family home, which is a bit strange to me,” Makuri told Bristol. “So it would be a good idea if you could have a little more definition of what’s happening at home and how this works when you come back.”
Planning and zoning chairman Margarita Alban said the committee will be concerned about the impact of the project on coastal resources.
“You’re in the coastal zone, so think about it,” she said, referring to the property’s buffer planting.
According to the application, the application was submitted by Wendy Greenbaum, the trustee of MLM Trust C.
View application materials here..