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For a piece that I’m writing, I’m looking for the titles of well known of literature that could double as the heading of a real estate listing. I’ve come up with:

As You Like It  
Wind in the Willows  
Animal Farm   

Can you think of anything better?

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How about:

  • Middlemarch
  • New Grub Street
  • Cold Comfort Farm
  • 2, The Lighthouse
  • Under the Volcano
  • Cranford
  • Wuthering Heights
  • Brighton Rock
  • Howards End
  • A Room with a View
  • Mythago Wood
  • Watership Down
  • Yarrow
  • A Town Like Alice
  • The Fountainhead

I generated these fairly quickly by looking at lists of well-known novels and picking out the ones that seemed like place names, the names of houses etc.

As far as I remember, my grandmother's house was actually called, "Cranford".

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