The antique house, seen in the foreground, was restored to its original appearance, with the additions stepping down the hillside, to the left.
In order to insure that the additions did not overpower the antique house, they were expressed in a series of smaller gables, stepping down from the original house.
A Painting Studio, designed to complement the main house, is nestled into a hillside.
The large Country Kitchen features a chestnut island, soapstone counters and a custom iron pot rack/chandelier.
The details of the new expansive Living Room recall those of the historic original house.
The Dining Room and adjacent Study share the massive center chimney of the original house.
The cabinetry in the Dressing Room recalls Shaker furniture.