Home Alone is for rent on Airbnb just in time for the holidays
Looks like “dirty animals” from afar can eat junk food and stare at garbage in the “Home Alone” house, just like Kevin McCallister.
Just in time for Christmas, a lucky one Airbnb The tenant will have the chance to stay for the very first time at the famous McCallister family home, located in the Chicago suburb of Winnetka, Illinois and hosted by Kevin’s older brother, Buzz McCallister.
“Although we’re older and wiser now (I even have my own security company), we’re never too old for vacation travel. So while we’re on vacation (all of us, this time), I’m inviting a team of mischief-makers to let their inner eight-year-olds run free in my childhood home on December 12, ”played Buzz. by Devin D. Ratray, written.
The reservation for the overnight stay will open on December 7 at 2 p.m. EST.
Most recently, Ratray starred as the thief in “Home Sweet Home Alone,” the Disney + reboot of the original classic 1990 vacation movie.
Guests will be responsible for their own travel.
“Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you can feast on all the comfort food your heart desires, including many of Chicago’s best pizzas and a microwave-safe Kraft Macaroni and Cheese dinner,” says the list. “Then, when you’re ready to kick back and relax, you can watch the movie franchise’s latest vacation adventure, Home Sweet Home Alone, on Disney +. “
Buzz will even provide a member of his security team.
The Airbnb special is being promoted to raise funds for La Rabida Children’s Hospital in Chicago, which is “dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of life of each of its patients with complex illnesses, disabilities and chronic diseases ”.
Notable items from the film include the bedding quilt seen in the film, a bucket of paint hanging from the ceiling that Kevin used to take out bandits, and the bronze statue that was hit by the pizza delivery car from ” Little Nero “.
The price of the night will be revealed at the opening of the reservation.
The house was last sold for $ 1.585 million in 2012.