This early house was substantially expanded and modified during the mid-twentieth century. Our firm designed an addition to incorporate a conservatory on the first floor, a wine cellar on the lower level and a master bedroom on the second floor. The light-filled conservatory features arched French doors, a plaster ceiling with intersecting vaults, and white oak, Brazilian cherry and limestone floors. The wine cellar space, accessible by a secret stairway from the conservatory, also serves as a dining room, with an adjacent catering kitchen, and a viewing room for films like My Dinner With Andre and Babetteā€™s Feast.