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Seattle is a Hotbed of Mad-Men-Worthy Midcentury Homes

This Sunday, Mad Men signs off for good and we're left to ponder what will become of Don Draper, Roger Sterling, Peggy Olson, Pete Campbell and the rest of the Formerly-Known-as-Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce crew. While the most important real estate question of the seventh season has been what's going to happen to Don's apartment, we're also wondering just how close Don is going to get to the Pacific Northwest. According to some theories, Seattle just might be in the cards for Don Draper after all. Assuming he doesn't pull a D.B. Cooper and instead settles down near the Puget Sound, we've scoured the current listings to see what kind of midcentury homes pay proper homage to the maddest man of the 1960s.

Pour one (old fashioned) out, and house hunt like Don Draper. >>