This historic three story 3,600 s.f. residence was heavily damaged by fire throughout the interior. As part of the repair process, the owners elected to make a two story addition to the house which also connected it to the detached garage. The existing 350 s.f. basement was largely left undisturbed. A 330 S.F. addition was made to the 1st floor where the parlor and kitchen were redesigned and a breakfast area, gallery, pool bath and 460 s.f. lanai were added. The 2nd floor was gutted except for the undamaged structural framing. From this skeleton a 400 s.f. addition was made with a new master bedroom suite and three other large bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet. A 430 s.f. lanai was added at the back of the house with access from the master bedroom suite and one additional bedroom. Special care was taken to reuse and replicate historic materials and finishes on both the interior and exterior. Now completed, this spectacular home has a two tiered lanai spanning the back of the structure which overlooks a travertine decked pool. Even with close inspection it is very difficult to tell that an addition was ever made. The end result is that the house reflects the Italian Renaissance design and sophistication of the original structure while providing modern conveniences.