Welcome to Betty and Don Draper's classic, colonial, two-story home. Entering through the foyer you are greeted with Don's briefcase in the floor and Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses on the table. Entering the formal living room, as arranged in 1960, you'll find custom built-in bookcases and a warm and inviting fireplace. The dining room has plenty of room for entertaining ad big-wigs like Roger Sterling.
The den is a cozy place for the family to watch TV on their early black and white television. Don's ad ideas are sitting on the sofa. Wood paneling, typical for the era, adorns the walls. Bobby's tricycle sits in front of the french doors which lead to a large deck.
The kitchen features second-hand smoke clouds 'cause Betty is always smokin' up a storm while preparing meals. On the counter is a frozen Sara Lee cake.
The rear hallway leads to a small powder room and Don's office. In the office there is a locked drawer which is full of cash and secrets.
Outside you'll find a playhouse for the kids that Don put together. Glenn hid in here. The garage has ample storage space and in the fridge you'll find Fielding beer. Just past the garage, near the edge of the yard, are Betty's BB shells. Apparently birds really irritate her.
Pair this with Don and Betty's second floor for the complete set!
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