Oscar Wilde's home in London is on Tite Street. It was here the noted author and wit lived during 1881. He was able to set himself up in the home with funds procured from the sale of his father's home. He lived here at what was once #1 Tite Street with artist and Oxford friend Frank Miles. The home was originally called Skeates house, named for the two women who formerly lived there. Wilde renamed it Keats house. The two men lived together for a short time, but eventually had a falling out, and would never speak to each other again. Wilde embarked on a tour of America in January 1882. He would eventually move back into Tite Street at a home further down the street at #16, which has since been renumbered #34.