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House from 'Home Alone' hits the market for US$5.25 million

The famous house from the beloved movie "Home Alone" has hit the real estate market for a whopping US$5.25 million. Known as the childhood home of Kevin McCallister, the property spans over 9,000 square feet and boasts five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Built in 1921, this Georgian-style house provides ample space for all sorts of adventures, reminiscent of the iconic scenes from the 1990 film.

Described as a chance to own a piece of cinematic history, the Dawn McKenna Group, responsible for selling the property, emphasizes its significance in American pop culture. In the Christmas classic, young Macaulay Culkin portrays Kevin McCallister, who finds himself home alone during the holiday season after his family's accidental departure for Paris.

Located in Winnetka, Illinois, the house epitomizes the classic architecture of Chicago suburbs. Renovated and expanded in 2018, it still preserves the integrity of its most memorable spaces. Among its features are a gourmet kitchen, a hot tub, and even a movie theatre. However, the most surprising addition is an indoor sports court complete with a three-point line.

Fans of the movie were previously given the opportunity to spend a night in the house for just $25, indulging in Chicago pizza and Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, reminiscent of Kevin's solo feasts in the film. Lego also contributed to the fandom by releasing a detailed replica set of the house in 2021, featuring various rooms and details from the movie.

Overall, the sale of this iconic property offers enthusiasts a chance to own a piece of movie magic and immerse themselves in the nostalgia of "Home Alone."



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