Edith Wharton's View: The first female novelist to win a Pulitzer Prize, Wharton spent several hours writing in bed each morning. This is the view from her second-story bedroom, which mirrors the panorama her character Lily Bart takes in below.
England Travel Inspiration - Hardy's Cottage, Dorchester, Dorset, UK, dating from where Thomas Hardy was born in 1840
Winnie-the-Pooh and Brian Jones: the rock 'n' roll house at Pooh corner The exterior of the century house, where AA Milne lived and where his son Christopher Robin Milne grew up. Cotchford Farm is on the market for 2 million with Savills
In just one stop in Yorkshire, you can see the old stomping grounds of three of the most celebrated 19th century authors of British literature. Charlotte, Emily, Ann Brontë (writing as Currier, Ellis, and Acton Bell) composed beloved novels like Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall at the dining table, which you can still see at the Brontë Parsonage Museum on Church Street in Haworth.