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Don Draper returns April 5 for a final turn on “Mad Men,” but his slicked-back, witty spirit will live on in many mid-century homes across the country.
In fact, a modern home that appeared in season two of the show is now on the market for $7.5 million, but if that’s a few million too steep for you, check out these mid-century modern listings starting at $225,000:
Glasgow, Kentucky409 Brice Ave, Glasgow, KentuckyFor sale: $225,000
It’s the first time this home has been on the market since it was built in 1955. Like many mid-century modern homes, it features an open floor plan, natural materials such as creek stones and walls of floor-to-ceiling glass.
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Los Angeles, California5158 Los Adornos Way, Los Angeles, CaliforniaFor sale: $1.997 million
The mid-century vibe of this 1963 home runs so thick you’d expect Samantha Stephens to greet you at the door with a martini. It features a stone and gold-vein-mirrored fireplace surround, newly polished concrete floors and a master suite with a sunken vintage-tiled tub and a private meditation garden.
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Bloomington, Indiana438 S Meadowbrook Dr, Bloomington, IndianaFor sale: $499,000
Like a lot of mid-century modern homes, this one has been renovated with new wiring, plumbing, insulation and a high-efficiency heat pump — plus a year-old hot tub on the back patio.
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Phoenix, Arizona5827 N 10th St, Phoenix, ArizonaFor sale: $375,000
Gutted in 2011 for a major mid-century modern makeover, this home still has the look of the 1950S, including exposed beams and lots of light. Two garage-style doors open from the kitchen and living room onto a backyard with a swimming pool and lounging areas.
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Jackson, Mississippi2456 E Northside Dr, Jackson, MississippiFor sale: $300,000
Vaulted ceilings and tall windows bring an airy feeling to this mid-century modern, which boasts open spaces but also privacy — for example, a secluded patio off the master suite. The backyard also has an entertainment-ready patio with an elevated deck.
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Rancho Mirage, California71767 Tunis Rd, Rancho Mirage, CaliforniaFor sale: $499,000
Much of the appeal of mid-century moderns is their embrace of the outdoors. This 1956 home in the arid Coachella Valley features mountain and pool views — plus the requisite exposed beams of the era.
See what else is on the market in Rancho Mirage, California.
Albuquerque, New Mexico1101 Sigma Chi Rd NE, Albuquerque, New MexicoFor sale: $375,000
Built in 1951, this home has international flair — which is to say, a flat roof, metal casement windows and little decorate detailing. In back, it boasts 40 feet of window walls with views of the backyard and mountains.
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Dallas, Texas1719 Corday St, Dallas, TexasFor sale: $389,900
A wall of water welcomes you into this home’s open floor plan, which was a hallmark of mid-century modern architecture. The space also features bamboo floors and a large backyard deck.
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Carnegie, Pennsylvania2 Scheffield Rd, Carnegie, PennsylvaniaFor sale: $449,900
This 1969 home’s open floor plan and wrap-around decks are great for entertaining or just taking in the view. “It is a masterpiece of nature and dwelling,” according to the listing, which also describes the aim of mid-century modern architecture.
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Midland, Michigan4000 Orchard Dr, Midland, MichiganFor sale: $585,000
This 1964 home sits on 2.68 acres and features mahogany wood, broad expanses of glass and a fireplace that’s surrounded by stones reaching to the top of a soaring ceiling.
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