Take a photo tour of Sinclair Lewis' old St. Paul house

Nobel Prize-winning writer Sinclair Lewis once lived and wrote in this Italian Renaissance-style house at 516 Summit Ave. in St. Paul. The four-bedroom abode is appropriately regal, littered with mahogany woodwork, brick and marble, and five fireplaces. It’s well-suited for a guy whose face was on a stamp once. Read more about Lewis' former digs here. All photos by Joe Van Ryan, courtesy of Edina Realty.