|The street view of the Hemingway house at 907 Whitehead St. in Old Town|
Key West. Asa Tift, a marine architect and salvage wrecker, built the
house in 1851. It became Hemingway's home in 1931.
|This is where Hemingway made magic. A catwalk connected |
the study to the second-floor porch outside his bedroom. He could walk
out of his bedroom, across the catwalk and be in his delicious writing world.
|Outside of Hemingway's study.|
|The bathroom connected to the nanny's room. |
|The living room.|
|Notice the cat lounging on the sofa. There are about |
40 to 50 six-toed cats on the property.
|This is the view from the porch on the second story |
just outside Hemingway's bedroom.
|There's a whole story about this pool and the penny below.|
Follow this link to read all about it.
|The famous penny. See link above.|
|This fountain in Hemingway's yard is made with a urinal from|
Sloppy Joe's Bar. The cats drink from it. Hemingway's wife,
Pauline, tried to disguise it with tile.
|View from the front of Hemingway's house.|