The Lincoln Park home that played a key role in the 1993 film The Fugitive has returned to the market once again. The home, which first listed five years ago, returns with the same $3.5 million price tag that it was asking last autumn. Built in 1981, the 6,129-square-foot home was renovated before the movie was filmed. However, in the mid-'90s, the house received major additions in the form of two more floors, an elevator and a roof top deck. The house first listed on June 30, 2011 asking $3.95 million. At the time, the market was still very soft, and the home eventually reduced its ask later that year. The owners then tried a different strategy the following year by listing the home for rent. Since June 2011, the home has returned to the market either as a rental or as a for-sale property numerous times, and it returns yet again, still seeking a buyer.
- Listing history [Redfin]
- Listing history [Zillow]
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