Would you be interested in owning a piece of Christmas movie history?
For the right price, which is upwards of $7 million, the townhouse featured in Home Alone 2: Lost In New York could be yours. If you need a refresher, the brownstone that belongs to Kevin McAllister’s uncle is featured in portions of the movie, memorably when Kevin slings bricks at the Wet Bandits.
The townhome is just steps away from Central Park, and boasts 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms spanning almost 5,000 square feet (which is hard to come by in New York City). Zillow’s listing for the property describes the historic home as:
“This late nineteenth-century gem seamlessly blends timeless elegance with modern amenities. It is so timeless, it is in fact the real address used in ‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’ where Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) evades the bandits at his Uncles’ townhouse.
This townhouse offers a generous living space adorned with beautiful moldings, high ceilings, rich walnut floors, and two sets of bay windows. With meticulous finishes, this townhouse is a perfect blend of classic charm and modern luxury.”
Long story short, the “Home Alone Home” is one of the nicer real estate pieces available in all of Manhattan. If you called it home, you’d feel as though you were living in a movie in more ways than one.
Plus, it says the property is a single family home, so if you moved your happy family into the estate, you could continue the tradition of the beloved Christmas movies and leave one of your children behind when you go on an extravagant, luxurious vacation.
Check out some of the photos of the beautiful home (without any of Kevin’s booby traps) below:
And while you’re here, you might as well take a moment to take in one of Home Alone 2: Lost In New York’s most famous scenes, which features Kevin playing defense against the Wet Bandits from atop the New York townhouse.