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Lincoln Park's Fugitive House Returns With Same Asking Price

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After a nine month break off the market, the Lincoln Park home that appeared in the hit film The Fugitive has returned with the same $3.65 million asking price. The 6,100 square foot, five bedroom, five bathroom home is no stranger to the MLS as it has bounced on and off the market for the last four years. Built in 1981, the home sports an indoor swimming pool, a glass floor catwalk, three master bedroom suites with fireplaces and a three car garage. [Spoiler alert] In the classic crime film, Harrison Ford plays protagonist Dr. Richard Kimble, whose wife was murdered by a one-armed man in this home. After being incarcerated and falsely convicted of the murder, Kimble goes on a journey through Chicago to find evidence that will prove him innocent. Feel free to follow Kimble's steps through Chicago, or skip the chase and just lounge in his Lincoln Park home's indoor pool instead. The home is also still for rent if you don't feel like buying it outright.

·336 W Wisconsin Street Chicago, IL 60614 [Berkshire Hathaway]
·Listing history [Redfin]
·Channel Your Inner Harrison Ford & Rent The Fugitive House [Curbed Chicago]
·Here Now, Every Chicago Location in The Fugitive Mapped [Curbed Chicago]
·Own The Lincoln Park Home From the Movie The Fugitive [Curbed Chicago]