New Construction Planned for West Hills Road, Forest Street

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The town on April 4 received an application to build a 7,827-square-foot home on West Hills Road.

This new 7,827-square-foot house is planned for 85 West Hills Road.

The new house at 85 West Hills Road will include five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half-baths, according to a building permit application. It will include a three-car garage and pool house.

It will cost about $2 million to build and the contractor on the job is Greenwich-based Premier Home Builders LLC, the application said. The architect is Neil Hauck Architects LLC of Darien, it said.

The 2.68-acre property (in the 2-acre zone) had been purchased for $1.5 million in October, tax records show.

The managing partner of the ownership company, 85 West Hills Road LLC, is a Greenwich man, according to records on file with the Connecticut Secretary of the State.

A demolition permit was issued in January for the 1951-built ranch-style house that had stood on the property.


The New Canaan Building Department on April 2 received an application to build a two-family home at 74 Forest St.—a closely followed property where an antique house that had been cited for blight used to stand.

This home now is planned for 74 Forest St. in New Canaan. Doug MacMillan Architects

Each unit in the new house will include a bit more than 2,000 square feet, with 12 rooms, three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a half-bath, according to the application. Each also will include about five feet of crawl space and a pull-down attic, it said.

The estimated cost of construction is $350,000, according to the application.

The contractor on the job is Thomas Sturges Construction LLC of Stamford. The architect is Doug MacMillan of Ridgefield.

The .3-acre property, in the B Residential zone, had been purchased for $603,750 last July by a limited liability company whose managing partners are two New Canaan men, according to records on file with the Connecticut Secretary of the State. A different LLC controlled by the same men still owns it.

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