Lovely 1930s Betty Crocker House Is On The Market — And It’s Stunning!

It’s almost impossible to have not had something delicious that came from the Betty Crocker brand growing up — if not a couple hundred of them!

Known for her many mixes that help make whipping up delicious cookies, brownies, and cakes a snap, Betty Crocker helped revolutionize baking for the better!

One can only imagine what the kitchen of such an iconic name in baking would look like.

And while Betty herself is a fictional character, you can actually see the house and kitchen that made way for so many delicious recipes.

Just like these sweet vintage recipes, the house of the woman who was basically behind the Better Crocker brand celebrates a different era with pastel panels and cute little furniture.

And the best part is: it’s for sale!

Soon, someone will be able to own the home that launched a million yummy and easy recipes.

Check below to see photos of the cute Betty Crocker cottage.

Betty Crocker’s comfortable, familiar baking has been around since 1921.

But haven’t you ever wondered what the kitchen of the beloved fictional character would have looked like?

Well, now you can see!

Betty Crocker’s — or rather, the woman behind Betty Crocker — house is on the market.

The little Massachusetts home was owned by Janette Kelley in the late 1930s and early 1940s.

According to The Register-Guard, Kelley ran five Betty Crocker test kitchens, advising the bakers on how to perfect the delicious recipes we use today!

She also helped create the Betty Crocker cookbooks, and even answered thousands of baking inquiries sent to her in the mail — so she was essentially the real-life Mrs. Crocker!

Located at 604 River Street in Norwell, MA, the three-bedroom, two-bath home is just as cute and cozy as you would imagine it to be.

The rustic wood paneling really makes it feel like a quaint little cottage or, dare I say, a gingerbread house.

The kitchen is also as adorable as expected with turn-of-the-century cabinet colors and pristine hardwood floors.

One can definitely imagine mixing up batch of brownies to wow friends and family at functions, brunches, or bake sales in there!

The little bedrooms also project the air of a different era.

Between the sweet crocheting and that darling dresser, it definitely looks like a trip back in time.

The whole house carries an immense amount of history even without Kelley having dwelled there.

The property was established in 1681, so there are also an additional couple of centuries’ worth of memories mixed in as well.

The front door and window frames are also a deep shade of red, perhaps paying homage to the signature baking brand.

The backyard also has a sweet storage shed, a chicken coop, and a garden area for fans of the outdoors!

So if you are a big fan of baking Betty’s signature goods, you now have the chance to see where they all originated — or maybe even live there!

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