The New Canaan Building Department last week received an application to construct a 3,500-square-foot house at the end of a cul-de-sac near the downtown.
The five-bedroom home planned for 9 Colonial Court will include four to five bathrooms, one half-bath, a finished basement, two-car garage and open deck in the rear, according to a building permit application filed June 29.
Town officials last fall imposed a 90-day delay on the demolition of the 1933-built house that currently stands there.
It’s not clear how much the new two-story will cost to build. The contractor on the job also has not been determined, according to the application. It’s designed by Christopher Pagliaro Architects of Darien, the application said.
The .3-acre property last was purchased for $1,285,000 in November 2018, tax records show.