Writers’ homes are their sanctuaries—and frequently their inspiration. Whether it’s a Scottish farmhouse or a Massachusetts mansion, these homes capture the writers’ era and give a glimpse into their world. Many of the houses have been preserved as museums, from Ernest Hemingway’s tropical hideaway in Key West to Louisa May Alcott’s austere clapboard-style home in New England, allowing readers to visit the desks of their favorite authors.
Tour the homes of famous writers around the world and see where some of the most treasured works of literature (and some of their authors) were born. Click HERE to view more…
The author of roughly one hundred novels, Stephen King has cemented his place in the canon of American fiction. Who can argue the influence of such cult classics like The Shining (1977), It (1986), and Misery (1987), to name a few? Pictured is the author’s mansion in Bangor, Maine.