The fabulous homes of Mad Men, then and now [Infographic]

April 6, 2015 by Gina Thelemann in Articles

It's been more than seven years since we were introduced to Mad Men's Don Draper, his many women and his 1960's ad agency colleagues. Creator Matthew Weiner's obsessive eye for detail has allowed us to get a distinct feel for the time period, and for the home lives of many of our favorite characters. With the final season airing now, we started to reminisce on the amazing homes that have appeared throughout the series... and we realized we just had to know more.

Below, we break out the price and style of Don and Betty Draper's Westchester colonial from early seasons, Peggy Olson's recent Upper West Side townhome purchase, Joan Harris' chic Greenwich Village rental and Don and Megan Draper's Park Avenue pad. Eager for more? Check out AMC's final season of Mad Men, airing Sundays through May 17th.


Sourcing

Thanks for past home pricing from: Naked Apartments, Curbed NYC, Mental Floss and anecdotal evidence from The New York Times. All current home estimates were provided by SmartZip home value estimates of comparable properties in today's market.


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