One of the residences of the famous F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald is available for rent and is quite affordable too! Located on the historic grounds of Montgomery, Alabama. As first noted by the Architectural Digest, the two-bedroom apartment can be rented for USD 130 a night, located just on top of the Fitzgerald Museum. The unit has a full kitchen, bathroom, living room, separate dining room, sun porch, a master bedroom with a queen-sized bed, and a secondary bedroom with twin beds. It brings a Jazz Age vibe with notable quotes from their famous novels scattered around the flat. 

"According to the Airbnb description F. Scott and Zelda lived in the home from 1931 to 1932. This house is where Zelda wrote portions of her novel, Save Me the Waltz. Her husband worked on Tender Is The Night there, too. So, aspiring writers and artists may find creative inspiration within the walls of the historic home."

There's also a complimentary Museum tour once you booked for an overnight stay and complete the Jazz Age experience while going through the legendary couple's memorabilia and personal possessions. It is said to be the only museum dedicated to the couple's legacies and lives (The rentals aids to raise funds for the museum).

"It is the last of four surviving homes from the couple's travels around the world. Prior to nesting at the Montgomery apartment, the Fitzgeralds moved around quite a bit, with residences in Connecticut, Minnesota, and Paris, among other places."- Architectural Digest.

Zelda Sayre and F. Scott Fitzgerald pose for a photo at the Sayre home in Montgomery, Ala., in 1919, the year before they married.