Town officials received an application to build a new home on a .37-acre lot on Harrison Avenue.
The 4,553-square-foot home at 80 Harrison Ave. will include five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and a half bath, according to a building permit application. It will include 11 rooms overall, the application said.
The new home will cost about $650,000 to build, the application said.
The town on Oct. 24 issued a permit to demolish the existing house, a 1952-built Cape, according to tax records.
The property had been purchased Sept. 21 for $675,000 from a family that owned it since 1970, tax records show.
The new owner is a limited liability company registered to a Wilton resident and builder.
He is the contractor on the construction job, operating as Norwalk-based Anthony Tomas Builders. The same firm is listed as architect on the job.