351 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut
It's often said that writers' desks are important, in that they reflect their approach and routine. Thus, the homes of famous writers have always been of interest to people, particularly those immersed in the literary world, because they are an extension of that space. Short List assembled a collection of famous writers' former abodes, visible on Google maps. First they put together a list of Classic Authors' British Houses On Google Maps, and in a follow-up, they have a list of houses in the U.S., some of which are pictured here.
Check out the rest of these former homes of classic writers here.
1478 Clouser Avenue, Orlando, Florida
Edgar Allan Poe
203 N. Amity Street, Baltimore