Bravery, courage, intrigue, romance, beauty and love.
The lack of splinter protection around the magazine was blamed for the catastrophic loss of Liscombe Bay on 24 November 1943.
It was the first home constructed on Fort Lauderdale Beach and is its oldest remaining structure.
The wall crests and the roof tiles have been replicated and the new tiles were imported from Guatemala.
Abreu, the son of Spanish and American parents, grew up in Cuba and graduated from Cornell University.
A cynical expatriate American cafe owner struggles to decide whether or not to help his former lover and her fugitive husband escape the Nazis in French Morocco.
He set up his architectural practice in Fort Lauderdale in 1924.
It is to experience lives that have never been lived - but are "real to you.