With its cathedral-like 22½ ft. high, self-supporting, vaulted, cross-gable gambrel roof, a new addition to an 1890s Dutch Colonial now boasts room for their books, art, music and sculptures. The new foyer and porch act as a time capsule, transitioning old to new, housing a wet bar, powder room and closet space. Level flooring sits inside, yet the 30” change in grade is masked outside by a new tiered patio. Panoramic windows and doors command sweeping views to an outdoor pergola. Finally, a stone-faced parking area, carved out of an existing slope, redirects guests to the new entrance.