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Famous Houses: Own the Lincoln Park Home From the Movie The Fugitive

April 04, 2014

The famous Lincoln Park home owned by Dr. Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford) in the classic 1993 film The Fugitive has gone back on the market. The insanely beautiful and insanely awesome 6,129 square foot modernist home has bounced on and off the market several times over the last three years, but reentered the MLS listings yesterday with an ask of $3.65 million. Built in 1981, the home was renovated before the movie was filmed, and according to Tribune, the house received major additions in the form of two more floors, an elevator and a roof top deck sometime in the mid-90s. The home where the one-armed man murdered Dr. Kimble’s wife also sports an indoor swimming pool, a glass floor catwalk, three master bedroom suites with fireplaces and a three car garage. Dr. Kimble certainly had very a nice taste in homes.

 

· 336 West Wisconsin Street, Chicago, IL [Estately]

· 336 W Wisconsin St, Chicago, IL 60614 [Zillow]

· The House Where ‘The Fugitive’ Was Filmed Hits the Market for $3.95 Million in Lincoln Park [Curbed Chicago]

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