Ernest Hemingway's home is on Rue de Cardinal-Lemoine in Paris, France. It was the first apartment the noted author rented in Paris. He and his wife, Hadley, moved into a two room flat on the fourth floor of this building in January, 1922. Hemingway was working for The Toronto Star at the time and would often be travelling on assignments, or working in his studio next door, leaving Hadley to spend much time alone. Thecouple lived here until August, 1923. There is a plaque marking Hemingway's time spent here.