As this season of Mad Men comes to an end next Sunday night, so many questions linger … Will Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce survive the departure of Lucky Strike? Does Don have a future with Fay, or is she among the many of his recent conquests?
On the real estate front, Henry and Betty discussed moving from Ossining to Rye. Where would this advisor to Governor Nelson Rockefeller and housewife (there was no such thing as a stay-at-home mom in the 60s) live in Rye?
Here are a few Rye listings we think may suit Betty and Henry:
11 Hillcrest is picturesque home in one of Rye’s most desirable neighborhoods within walking distance to schools, parks, beach and train station
40 Mendota Avenue is a charming historic 1916 brick colonial and a 5-minute stroll to both Rye train station and downtown.
8 Eldredge Place is a 5 bedroom center hall colonial overlooking Rye Golf Club and recently renovated and expanded.