What would you or I think if we saw building plans for a new home with a 3-car garage, but no driveway?
Unbelievable oversight, right?
But here in Westport, architects and homeowners think differently.
They think: Gotcha!
Apparently, zoning regulations do not always require a driveway. And without a driveway, builders can gain hundreds of extra square feet of coverage.
Of course, no one builds a 3-car garage without planning to use it.
So the next step, after the home is built, is an appeal to the ZBA for a waiver. To build the driveway that was needed all along.
This is a true story. But now we’re on to the ruse.