Most New Jersey residents have heard of the most famous home in our state, but I bet half of us might not know how to spell it.

First, let's see who's choosing the most famous home in each state. It's a pretty qualified bunch. It's the fine people at the Bob Vila website, and for New Jersey, they chose a Greek Revival style home in Princeton.

Have we given you enough clues yet? No? Fine. Here's more. It was once used to house the engineering staff of the International Playtex Corporation.

It was built in 1835 by Charles Smith Olden, who would become New Jersey's 19th governor. In 1966 it was purchased by the state of New Jersey, and if you still don't know from all those clues, focus on the word 'governor'.

Do you have it now? We thought so. The most famous home in New Jersey, according to Bob Vila's website, is the official residence of the Governor known as Drumthwacket.  And if you've never seen it, you can find out about tours at the Drumthwacket Foundation website.

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