This video, provided by Drew Gumins of Wilton, shows the property at 183 Ridgefield Road \u2014 before and after the house on it was demolished on March 23. The video includes shots\u00a0of an undeveloped 11-acre parcel, detached from 183 Ridgefield Road through a first cut,\u00a0that was\u00a0approved for a four-lot subdivision by the Planning and Zoning Commission on Feb. 22. The application was approved for four residential building lots and one open space lot, by a vote of 6-1-1. Steve Mcallister of McChord Engineering first presented\u00a0the subdivision map on Jan. 25. He said then that the land can be adequately described as \u201cmostly field and meadow,\u201d and that all development activity slated for the proposed lots would happen \u201coutside of the wetlands and watercourses.\u201d No inland wetlands permit would be required, he said. Casey Healy, attorney for the applicant, said on Jan. 25 that \u201call the stone walls\u201d would be retained, except for one, which he said would remain but \u201cbe moved to the southerly driveway that serves 183 Ridgefield Road.\u201d According to Healy, the health department has already reviewed and approved the septic feasibility for the four proposed lots, and a\u00a0driveway to be shared between three of the proposed lots was approved by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. \u201cLot #4 will be served by the existing northerly driveway at the site,\u201d Healy said. Because of the first cut, 183 Ridgefield Road is now a 2.5-acre parcel separate from the lot that\u00a0was approved for subdivision. The owners of\u00a0Wilton properties that were\u00a0defined before the introduction of subdivision regulations are able to avail themselves of what is called a "first cut" without subdivision approval from zoning.