Photos: Gorgeous Mid-Century Home Used In 'Mad Men' For Sale
If you, like Don Draper, were enchanted by the beautiful, mid-century Palm Springs home where he encounters a group of wealthy forever-vacationers, it's on the market for $7.5 million. However, it's in Chatsworth, not Palm Springs.
The 6,661 square foot "Farralone Estate" at 9361 Farralone Avenue has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and a guest house with a pool of its own, according to the listing. It was first built for Chase Manhattan Bank heiress Dora Hutchinson in 1949 by architect William Pereira. Frank Sinatra would later rent the house for several years, and he would in turn rent the guesthouse to Marilyn Monroe, Curbed LA reports.
The listing suggests that the future owner "create a classic song, write the 'Great American Novel,' conceive a break-through technology, or make a fortune while trading the stock market, all while basking in the calm oasis of a gorgeous and extremely rare compound."
This video from AMC talks about the Season 2 episode "Jet Set," in which Don Draper visits the house.