If only skills could transfer by osmosis. At Betty Crocker's former home in Norwell, Massachusetts, a cooking empire might be at your fingertips.
Although Betty Crocker isn't a real person, Janette Kelley was. Kelley, who was born in Montana and lived in this Massachusetts home in the 1930s and '40s, is known as an originator of the test kitchen and one of the women who made Betty Crocker a household name (she was Kitchen Director, while Marjorie Husted was cookbook editor-in chief).
The Cape-style former carriage barn was built in 1681, and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,808 square feet. It is listed for $675,000.
h/t Boston Magazine