An exterior view of the home with the new top floor addition, which includes an 18-by-15-foot crow’s nest just above the son’s bedroom.
“Everything in this house has meaning to us, and everything you walk by has a story to it,” says the homeowner.
In renovation No. 2, architect Cliff Scholz added big dormers to “grab more sunlight.”
Neutral furnishings and light walls put the spotlight on the family’s fine art and furniture collection, including a chair, shown here, once owned by Abraham Lincoln.
The daughter’s new bedroom features a hand-painted cloud-filled ceiling.
A cozy family gathering spot. Debbie Stevens of DMS Interiors is their interior designer.
1940s-era metal art by the late French jewelry designer Line Vautrin.
A knock-out Gulf view.
For this week's collection of iShots, photographer Robert Castro zooms in on one of the reasons we love living in Sarasota: Spending winter days at the beach.
All photos by Robert Castro, enhanced with Instagram.