The Dining Room was added by either Springer or Hughes and expanded by Kistler. Earlier pictures of the Mansion show a mirror instead of the doorway that now leads to the Dining Room from the Living Room. During the renovation, cisterns – which are primarily used to store rainwater – were found under the floor. Although the elevation of the floor changes as you enter the Dining Room, it matches the rooms to the West. The floor is Brazilian Cherry, the crown molding is wood, and the sconces appear to be from the 1930’s.