Want to jump on the bed? Stuff yourself with pizza? Enjoy a little "me" time and answer to absolutely no one?
The "Home Alone" house in Winnetka, Ill., is for sale with an asking price of $2.175 million.
And at 4,250 square feet, there's plenty of room to get lost in the four-bedroom Georgian, which was the screen home to the fictional McCallister family in the 1990 John Hughes classic.
Most of the filming at the house, which took place over six months, was on the first floor and outside, says Marissa Hopkins, broker with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Highland Park, Ill.
During filming, the home's owners lived primarily in the four-room master suite, which includes a bedroom, sunroom, bathroom and sitting room with a fireplace, says Hopkins.
But the movie wasn't completely faithful to real life. The use of the attic "was completely creative," she says. "There is an attic. There is a third-floor bedroom. But it's not how it was depicted in the movie."
No word on whether Joe Pesci or Daniel Stern has put in an offer.