F. Scott Fitzgerald's Baltimore home is located on Park Avenue. In 1932 the writer moved here with his wife, Zelda Sayre, so that she could be treated at Phipp's Psychiatric Clinic at Johns Hopkins. They rented a house on the grounds of La Paix, the estate owned by architect Bayard Turnbull. After a fire at the house, which was originally attributed to electrical problems, but has often been blamed on Zelda, they moved into this townhouse in the Bolton Hill district of Baltimore. During his time here Fitzgerald finished Tender Is The Night, his first novel in 9 years, and saw it published with limited success, to his great disappointment. In 1935 he moved out due to financial concerns, and moved into The Cambridge Arms Apartments, on the modern day Johns Hopkins campus.