If you haven’t yet heard, the “Home Alone” house is up for sale for the first time since moviegoers watched Kevin McAllister litter the home in booby traps in order to defend it from those doomed “Wet Bandits.” For just $2.4 million dollars, you could own this iconic Winnetka, Illinois, home, listed by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent Marissa Hopkins.
In the film, the stately brick colonial was the “silver tuna” in the eyes of burglars Harry and Marv – and for good reason: The iconic home has 14-rooms, sits on a half-acre lot and features four bedrooms, 3.2 baths, a large screened-in porch with a chandelier and, of course, the staircase sledded down by Macaulay Culkin in John Hughes’ 1990 film.
Want to take a peek inside? The home won’t be open for touring, except to pre-qualified buyers. So in case you done have a couple million dollars on hand, take a look at this video and relive the “Home Alone” fun all over again. Or, visit the famous property’s very own listing page, here.