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Location: New Rochelle, New York
The Mad Men fever may be dying down but the hit period drama's real estate tree is still shaking. And this time, it's not one of the many highly eligible midcentury modern pads of which Don Draper would surely approve, it's an upstate New York house that was featured in the show's pilot (a different home was used in later episodes.) Though on the show the home was said to be located in Ossining, NY, it's actually in New Rochelle, which was also the setting for the Dick Van Dyke Show. The 1914 house, now asking $1.15M, is a classic clapboard colonial with handsome black shutters and a fire engine-red front door.
The 3,544-square-foot home features six bedrooms, a generous center hall, updated kitchen, open staircase, and four fireplaces. The first floor, which dons light pink and pale yellow walls, has nine-foot ceilings and hardwood floors. The covered back patio leads down to a large yard.
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