Lucy House is the official residence and working office of the Governor of Clymene at 2 Lucy Street in Sofasi. The house dates to 1906, when San Francisco resident and merchant Andrew Lucy had it built (the street name derives from him and not as erroneously believed from Queen Lucy I of Lovia). The house was combined with the neighboring residence in 1930. Lucy house has been owned by the state since 1961 as a governor's residence but has not been used in such a capacity since the mid-1990s. Today it is where the governor, their assistants and other state officials work.