Jon Hamm buys Los Feliz compound for $3.4M

Deal follows split from Jennifer Westfeldt, with whom he owns another home in the neighborhood

Apr.April 17, 2017 11:30 AM
Jon Hamm and his new home on Green Oak Drive (Credit: Bryan Reichling Real Estate)

Don Draper is bringing a little Madison Avenue flavor to Los Feliz.

Actor Jon Hamm shelled out close to $3.4 million for a 3,600-square-foot pad in the East Los Angeles neighborhood, Variety reported.

The rustic modern abode has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. It features a spacious foyer, a formal sitting room, a family room with wet bar, a chef’s kitchen, multiple fireplaces, and Douglas fir interiors. Outside, there’s a saltwater swimming pool .

Sotheby’s Joe Reichling, Boni Bryant, and Matthew Seeley had the listing. The home previously traded hands for $1.1 million in 2014, property records show.

Hamm and his former partner, actress and writer Jennifer Westfeldt, own another home in Los Feliz — a 3,100-square-foot residence they bought for $900,000 in 2002. They reportedly split last year after 18 years together.  [Variety]Cathaleen Chen

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