The owners of a 3.18-acre parcel on Bridle Path Lane are seeking permission to build a new 1,800-square-foot residential structure near the main house. Designed for in-laws, the wood-framed, two-bedroom structure planned for 114 Bridle Path Lane will include two full bathrooms and a kitchen-and-living space, according to a Special Permit application filed with the town by New Canaan-based Amanda Martocchio Architecture. “The scale of the new structure is in keeping with the scale of the neighborhood and adjacent homes,” Martocchio said in a statement that forms part of the application. The Planning & Zoning Commission is expected to take the application up at its regular meeting Tuesday. Under the New Canaan Zoning Regulations, a detached guest house or accessory dwelling unit is allowed with a Special Permit from P&Z so long as the property is located in a one-acre-plus zone, on a lot with at least two acres of buildable land and the proposed structure complies with setback requirements, among other conditions (see page 54 here).