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The Homes of 18 Legendary Writers

Literary Style: A Look at the Homes of Famous Writers — Architectural Digest Mark Twain, Connecticut Victorian

Virginia Woolf and her husband lived together in Monk’s House, a serene 17th-century clapboard cottage in East Sussex, England, from 1919 until her untimely death in 1941. Here she worked on such novels as Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse and also held her famous Bloomsbury Group meetings, entertaining such luminaries as T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster, and Lytton Strachey.

14 Famous Authors’ Houses Worth Seeing

Virginia Woolf and her husband lived in Monk's House,a century clapboard cottage in East Sussex from 1919 to her death in

In 1897 Edith Wharton published her first book, The Decoration of Houses (coauthored with Ogden Codman Jr.), in which she champions spirited interior design “as a branch of architecture.” The writer took immense pride in the harmony, simplicity, and sustainability of the Mount, her 1902 estate in Lenox, Massachusetts, which she decorated herself (she also designed the grounds). The first woman ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, Wharton became an influential figure in…

14 Famous Authors’ Houses Worth Seeing

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The Coolest Cabins in the World

Wilderness Hideaways Uncovered in New 'Cabin Porn' Book - Feature Shoot

Keats House, Georgian house (built 1814–15) that was once home to the poet John Keats, in North London, UK

Keats House, Georgian house (built that was once home to the poet John Keats, in North London, Engla

This Key West Colonial was home to Ernest Hemingway who moved here in 1931 just after A Farewell to Arms was published. In this house, he wrote such short stories as The Snows of Kilimanjaro and The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber. - Image credits: Architectural Digest; Architectural Digest

Literary Style: A Look at the Homes of Famous Writers

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Linda Ronstadt's home in Tucson, AZ : Architectural Digest. Love the blue and "peachy" color.

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A 1928 Mediterranean-style house in Tucson, Arizona, is home to entertainer Linda Ronstadt and her two children.

This doesn't help my bitterness about the treehouse my dad never built me

The world's largest tree house -- the Minister’s House in Crossville, Tennessee. The largest tree house in the world, the Minister’s House measures over 97 feet tall and uses 6 Oak trees as pillars to support the structure.

Check this home out if you are looking for a huge Victorian and Historical home! Bed and breakfast possibilities. Huge yard with fruit trees, landscaping, inground pool with a 24' x 28' party room off the garage. Super large yard with kids play area and merry-go-round. Much updating including a new furnace. See attached national registered forms. One of the original homes in Geneva. 1300 ft. 3rd floor is waiting to be finished. Built in 1890, $189,000 (LP)

Check this home out if you are looking for a huge Victorian and Historical home! Bed and breakfast possibilities. Huge yard with fruit trees, landscaping, inground pool with a 24' x 28' party room off the garage. Super large yard with kids play area and merry-go-round. Much updating including a new furnace. See attached national registered forms. One of the original homes in Geneva. 1300 ft. 3rd floor is waiting to be finished. Built in 1890, $189,000 (LP)

'This is the beautiful Smallhythe Place, Kent, UK, built in the late 1400's it was the home of the English Shakespearian actress Ellen Terry from 1899-1928, it now houses her theatre collection and you can visit it in the Summer. In previous times it was called Port House and before the sea receded it served a thriving shipyard.'

This is the beautiful Smallhythe Place, Kent, UK, built in the late it was the home of the English Shakespearian actress Ellen Terry. In previous times it was called Port House and before the sea receded it served a thriving shipyard.

The Cottage Palace at Peterhof in St. Petersburg, Russia - One of 6 of the World’s Most Charming Cottages Photos | Architectural Digest (=)

These Cottages Are the Epitome of Charming

The Cottage Palace at Peterhof in St. Petersburg, Russia, has both real and trompe l’oeil tracery.

Sömürge mimarlığı dönemine ait olan 18. yüzyıldan kalma bu ev Massachussetts'de bulunuyor. Nathaniel Hawthorne 1852 yılında roman yazmak üzere bu eve yerleşmiş. 1961 yılında ev Ulusal Tarihi Abide ilan edilmiş.

In 1852 Nathaniel Hawthorne purchased the Wayside, an Colonial-style home in Concord, Massachusetts where the novelist wrote a few of his final pieces of fiction. In 1962 the Wayside was named a National Historic Landmark.

Casa Bahia

Filmmaker's first architectural project is modernism-influenced Miami villa

The historic Laurel Canyon manse, renovated by Brigette Romanek of Hancock Design and architect Eric Ryder of Ryder Design, is crowned with a bell tower.

We Go Inside Brigette and Mark Romanek's Family Home in Los Angeles

In a storied Hollywood enclave, interior designer Brigette Romanek crafts a jubilant family home from an eccentric mansion where ghosts and rock stars once roamed

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