Home Alone house
Address: 671 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka
The all-time king of Chicago movie homes was the fantasy residence of children born between 1980 and 1988. If you were a kid when Home Alone swept the nation in 1990 it’s guaranteed you spent at least one day setting elaborate traps around your house for your parents, dog, or whoever was unlucky enough to try and use the laundry room, all the time dreaming you were in the McCallister’s amazing Georgian revival mansion. Depicted by John Hughes, as many of the homes on list were, as the quintessential idyllic suburban residence, the 4,200sqft home was built in 1920 sold recently for just over $1.5 million. That’s a lot of cheese pizzas.