Iconic Mansion From Home Alone on Sale for $5.25 Million

For anyone with five million dollars to spare, the classic Chicago suburb home seen in “Home Alone” is up for grabs.

The outside of the house was used to portray the McCallister family home in the 1990 holiday classic Home Alone and its 1992 sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, which starred Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister.

Zillow lists the Winnetka, Illinois property (approximately twenty miles north of Chicago)

with five bedrooms and six bathrooms at 671 Lincoln Ave. for $5.25 million. Users of the site have viewed the property over half a million times since it was posted on May 24. With a prior listing and sale in 2012 for $1.585 million, the current $5.25 million listing represents a 231.2% rise in price.

The 1921-constructed home, which is more than 9,100 square feet, has a fitness center, an indoor sports court, a private theater, and two laundry facilities.

The grand brick Georgian blends traditional grandeur with Hollywood legend and sits on a lovely, tree-lined lane.

During a 2018 makeover that extended the five-bedroom, six-bathroom house, the original architectural integrity was painstakingly preserved.

The movie’s iconic entrance staircase, grand foyer, formal living room, and dining room are almost identical to the real thing.

A spacious garden is accessible via French doors that open into the family area, which has high ceilings.

Perfect for hosting dinner parties, this magazine-worthy gourmet kitchen has high-end equipment and a built-in bench.

You may unwind in the warm family room or on the screened-in porch, both of which include fireplaces.

Homeowners may enjoy the best of both worlds with amenities like a three-car connected garage, a mudroom with storage, two laundry rooms (one on each floor), and a full bath that opens to the backyard (which can be transformed into a pool bath with ease).

The master suite, complete with a spa bath, is located on the upper floor, where three other bedrooms provide enough sleeping and living space.

The property’s interior now has a sleek, contemporary black-and-white design, which is a stark contrast to the traditional Christmas d├ęcor of the home where Kevin McCallister fought off robbers in the film.