Ca. 1900 Home on Church Street Sells for $1,625,000; 5-Bay Garage Planned for Jelliff Mill

The Town Clerk’s office recorded three property transfers last week:

350 Indian Rock Road

  • $2.1 million (recorded Dec. 12)
  • Margarita Sprague to 350IR, LLC

1428 Oenoke Ridge

  • Catharine Miller de Koning to Stephen Bonebrake & Victoria Frazer
  • $1,875,000 (recorded Dec. 13)
The assessor's field card for this 1900-built home at 41 Church St. says it sits on a half-acre and includes six bedrooms and 3,878 square feet of living space. It sold in January 2015 for $1,625,000. Credit: Michael Dinan

The assessor’s field card for this 1900-built home at 41 Church St. says it sits on a half-acre and includes six bedrooms and 3,878 square feet of living space. It sold in January 2015 for $1,625,000. Credit: Michael Dinan

41 Church St.

  • $1,625,000 (recorded Dec. 14)
  • Elizabeth Bennett to Charles & Susan Lynch

The development taking shape where Jelliff Mill once stood—a project that worked its way through town approvals when it’s creators invoked the Affordable Housing Appeals Act—is slated to get another unit, sitting atop what appears to be a 6-bay garage, according to a building permit application filed Jan. 13.

This single family dwelling and multi-car parking garage is planned for the development at Jelliff Mill. It will cost $450,000 to build, according to a building permit application. Specs by New Canaan-based Judith Larson Associates.

This single family dwelling and multi-car parking garage is planned for the development at Jelliff Mill. It will cost $450,000 to build, according to a building permit application. Specs by New Canaan-based Judith Larson Associates.

Jelliff Mill Falls Realty LLC is proposing a structure that will include a first-floor family room, second-floor living room, dining room, kitchen, officer, laundry, bedroom, master bedroom and bathroom, standalone bathroom and powder room, the application said.

Though largely unwanted, the development where Jelliff Mill once stood worked its way through town approvals under threat of going ahead anyway under the state's Affordable Housing Appeals Act. The developers attempted to tie the units to New Canaan's history by giving them prominent town names. No name was listed on an application received Jan. 13, 2015 for a new unit atop what appears to be a 6-bay garage. Credit: Michael Dinan

Though largely unwanted, the development where Jelliff Mill once stood worked its way through town approvals under threat of going ahead anyway under the state’s Affordable Housing Appeals Act. The developers attempted to tie the units to New Canaan’s history by giving them prominent town names. No name was listed on an application received Jan. 13, 2015 for a new unit atop what appears to be a 6-bay garage. Credit: Michael Dinan

Total square footage on those floors will be 3,620, it said. It will sit atop a large parking garage.

The contractor on the job is the New Canaan-based Gardiner Group LLC—it will cost about $450,000 to build, the application said—and specs are by New Canaan’s Judith Larson Associates.

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