Over the past 7 months, we've been actively furnishing and preparing the vacant two-bedroom apartment located on the second floor of the home for a new writer's residency and eventually, an AirBnB space open to the public.
High atop the native magnolia trees sits a quaint two bedroom apartment housed in the former home of Jazz Age celebrities F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald. It is the last of four surviving homes throughout their travels across the world; the rest are private residences and this is the only dedicated museum to F. Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald in the world. The family lived here from 1931 until 1932, writing portions of their respective novels, Save Me The Waltz and Tender Is The Night during their time in Montgomery. After the family moved, the home was subsidized into four apartments.
Historic Cloverdale is one of Montgomery's oldest and most unique neighborhoods. It is easily accessible to/from the interstate and only a mile from downtown. Within walking distance of the apartment are some of the city's premier local restaurants, bars, coffee shops and an independent movie theater. The neighborhood itself designed with walkability in mind, so every few blocks, you'll find a small greenspace. Each home is unique in its design and craftsmanship and little has changed since it was founded in 1892. You'll find traces of the history marked by historic plaques peppered among the homes.
Come stay in the home of literary legend F. Scott Fitzgerald and Montgomery native, painter, writer and dancer, Zelda Fitzgerald. The two bedroom apartment features modern amenities, like a full kitchen and half bath. The master bedroom includes a Queen sized bed; the secondary bedroom includes two Twin sized beds. There is a separate living room, dining room and sun porch- all with views of the sprawling magnolia tree on the front lawn. Guests have access to a complimentary tour of the museum, located in the downstairs portion of the historic Craftsman style home.
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