For Sale: Harrison Ford's Lincoln Park Crib from "The Fugitive"
Set in Chicago, the 1993 blockbuster thriller used this four-story beauty that oozes as much sex appeal as the hunted Dr. Richard Kimble. Just listed for $3.65 million.
"What I want from each and every one of you is a hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse,
farmhouse, hen house, outhouse and doghouse in that area. Checkpoints go up at fifteen miles. Your fugitive's name is Dr. Richard Kimble. Go get him."
Photo via Zillow / Koenig Rubloff
Blockbuster Film Home.The Fugitive, starring Harrison Ford, was filmed in this spacious 6,200-square-foot manse. Built in 2000, the five-bedroom, five-bath modern is four stories of urbane glam. An indoor swimming pool (in Chicago, people!), sauna, fireplaces in the master bedroom suites, an elevator, library, humongous kitchen, dining, family room and living rooms, and a glass catwalk over the first floor screaming “toast me!” We do. Asking $3.65 million. Have a peek at the Zillow listing.
It's cult. It's quotable. And still a fun ride. In the summer of '93, Tommy Lee Jones as the bellowing Deputy Marshal Samuel Gerard, painted a
red target on the back of surgeon Dr. Richard Kimble (
Harrison Ford) with that screen grenade, launching one of film's greatest manhunts. Behind the scenes of
The Fugitive, an adaptation of the 1960s popular television series, is the set of Kimble's grand Chicago spread, for sale (again) and deserving some fawning and gushing.
The 6,200-square-foot Wisconsin Street manse has tap-danced on and off the market since June 2011 when it tested the
summer waters with a price close to $4 million. Since November of last year it's been advertised as both a
rental option at $17,000 per month, and now
the current sale price of $3.65 million. What's to behold? Five
bedrooms in an immaculate four-story
modern. Light filled rooms appointed with artwork show you how to meld gritty urbane with highbrow swatches. (This place has an
indoor swimming pool, but you can take in the airs on the garage roof deck if you want to get all
rustic.) Our suggestion: use the glass catwalk that stretches over the first floor as a martini checkpoint.
Repped by Margaret Wilczek of Koenig Rubloff. Have a peek at the
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