“Mad Men” Producer Matthew Weiner No Longer “Mad” About His Home

It's been a good March for "Mad Men" creator and executive producer Matthew Weiner. His hit television show is making its much anticipated debut this weekend, and to top it off, Weiner just sold his house. According to Curbed, Weiner fetched $1.725 million for the Fairfax District home in Los Angeles, which was originally listed back in December for $1.8 million.

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It's been a good March for "Mad Men" creator and executive producer Matthew Weiner. His hit television show is making its much anticipated debut this weekend, and to top it off, Weiner just sold his house. According to Curbed, Weiner fetched $1.725 million for the Fairfax District home in Los Angeles, which was originally listed back in December for $1.8 million.
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After heated negotiations, "Mad Men" creator and executive producer Matthew Weiner recently inked a deal to stay with the hit show, a contract that reportedly guarantees him $10 million per season. With such a handsome payday, it's no surprise that Weiner wants to unload his old home and upgrade to more lavish digs.
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The Spanish-colonial home features this stunning living room, which includes a fireplace, hardwood floors, and French doors that lead out to the courtyard.
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A look at a wood-paneled room in the 1933 home, which we imagine the womanizing Don Draper would've loved.
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The "Mad Men" creator will no longer be needing this formal dining room that sits off of the kitchen. Remarkably, Weiner and his wife Linda Brettler sold their house for close to the original asking price, a feat that's almost unheard of these days.
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A view of the tiled and very pastel kitchen in the multi-million-dollar man's home. Weiner reportedly was "obsessed" with the old-school stove photographed here, according to a feature in The New York Times.
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Fans of "Mad Men" are gearing up for its much anticipated season five premiere this weekend. Weiner and the network reportedly disputed over AMC's wish to shorten each episode by two minutes in order to accommodate more commercial time.
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Weiner's former spread features four bedrooms and four baths. No word yet on who snatched up this house.
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A look at the grand staircase that leads up to the second floor private quarters.
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This bathroom, one of four in the home, features the same pastel design and motif as the kitchen.
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A view of the kid-proof swimming pool. The property also comes with three parking spaces, and maid's quarters, which Weiner converted into a fourth bedroom, presumably for his fourth son.
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Weiner bought the home in May 1997 for a paltry $492,000.
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