Home Alone House for Sale!

I have recently discovered that the McCalister's house in the Home Alone movie is for sale! 

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Located 50km from downtown Chicago, this house can be found at 671 Lincoln Avenue in Winnekta. The asking price is US$2.4million. This is a 1920's Georgian colonial style home and has been refurbished since the filming of Home Alone in 1990. I have some photos of the home and I also found a video posted by Coldwell Banker to advertise the listing.

Here are some stats that I was able to find on the house:
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3.5 bath
  • 3 stories
  • 4243 square feet
  • Lot size is 23, 278 square feet

First Floor Plans:

Second Floor Plans:

Third Floor Plans:

Images from Coldwell Banker

Here are some pictures that I found on The Chive. They give an idea of what the house looked like in the Home Alone film compared to what the house looks like now. The renovations have been quite extensive and give the home a totally different feel. It's definitely more of a modern, yet classic approach to the decor. Mainly neutral colours throughout with punches of colour. It's very effective for this size of a space.

If you want to check out the official house listing, click here.

Here is a video that Coldwell Banker put together to do a feature on the interior and exterior of the house. Check it out!

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  1. Thanks for posting! So fun to see the before and after pictures... I am totally drooling over those house plans!

  2. McCalister's house is beautiful.I'm happy to know that it is the house used in the movie home alone.

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  3. Nice pictures... However, 90% of the house you see in the movie was filmed in a studio in Chicago. Only the exterior and the staircase were filmed in the actual house... That's why it looks so different!

  4. The staircase is totally different too! Take a look at the width of the landing half way up, and the height of the ceiling vs the door to the right.

  5. yes, it looks so many differences.

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