If you ever dreamed of living in the NYC’s Upper West Side townhouse where in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Kevin McCallister escapes the bandits, now’s your chance…that is if you have a spare $7 million lying around!
Built in 1900, the house was 92 years old when it made its debut on the big screen.
The fully renovated 4,776-square-foot home is listed at $6.7 million and features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a cozy outdoor garden complete with greenery, a wooden deck, and a bluestone patio.
In addition to the rooms, the 19th century UWS townhouse features meticulous moldings, soaring ceilings, walnut floors, two sets of bay windows, and even a terrace and fireplace.
Plus, the cellar features a climate-controlled room perfect for a wine cellar!
The Zillow listing reads:
Designed by Martin V.B. Ferdon, 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 aka Macaulay Culkin evades the bandits at his Uncles’ townhouse.
The home was last sold in August 2009 for $4.7 million. It was originally relisted at $7,650,000 before dropping its price to $6.7 million in June of this year.
The UWS townhouse is nestled on a prime Central Park Block at 51 West 95th Street. As of today, December 19th, it’s been on Zillow for 98 days.
You can see more about it here.