339 Summit Avenue

In the summer of 1909, Fitzgerald and his friend, Wharton Smith who later lived at 339 Summit, bicycled to Hastings via the newly opened Point Douglas Road to see the "Spiral Bridge." 

This Crawford Livingston house was one of the few residential plans Cass Gilbert designed after winning the competition for the design of the Minnesota State Capitol.  It is somewhat medieval - even Venetian - with its round loggia arches and its second floor extended over the verandah.