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January Jones Buys a Fixer-Upper in Los Feliz

January Jones's character in Mad Men may live in a picture-perfect house, but in real life, the actress doesn't mind a little work. January just snatched up a fixer-upper in LA's Los Feliz neighborhood for just over $1 million. The 2,200-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath 1920s Mediterranean villa is definitely dated, and a far cry from some of the slickly renovated homes of her contemporaries.

The kitchen, with its sad linoleum floors and vintage cabinets, could be reconfigured and remodeled. But overall the space is charming and bright with beautiful landscaping, and it would make an ideal place to throw a '60s-inspired cocktail party. See photos when you

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Kimpossible Kimpossible 6 years
What a lovely house. Lots of charm, personality and potential.
girlie871 girlie871 6 years
I like this house it looks so charming.
mslewis mslewis 6 years
Ms. Jones got a great bargain with that house. Hard to find a 2200 sq. ft. house in Los Feliz for a million. She can put a couple hundred thousand into it and have a home worth twice/three times what she paid. Good for her!!
ginafly ginafly 6 years
Is that kitchen floor really linoleum? Looks like vinyl to me. The two are completely different! Linoleum = green (made from linseed oil), anti-microbial, only made in Europe now, highly desirableVinyl = gross, hard to clean, laden with phthalates, off-gasses, BADAnyway, I'm happy when anyone chooses to buy and fix up an old home instead of opting for wasteful new construction.
ginafly ginafly 6 years
Is that kitchen floor really linoleum? Looks like vinyl to me. The two are completely different! Linoleum = green (made from linseed oil), anti-microbial, only made in Europe now, highly desirable Vinyl = gross, hard to clean, laden with phthalates, off-gasses, BAD Anyway, I'm happy when anyone chooses to buy and fix up an old home instead of opting for wasteful new construction.
heatherhas heatherhas 6 years
Love the front door! So unique.
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