House that played supporting role in ‘Home Alone’ for sale

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Old Man Marley’s home in Winnetka is up for grabs for $3.1 million. In case you’ve forgotten the late Roberts Blossom’s role in “Home Alone,” Marley is the scruffy, lonesome neighbor who befriends (and rescues) the mischievous Kevin McCallister. According to the listing, the single-family home features seven bedrooms, six full baths, an exercise room and a pool (recognizable under a tarp and several inches of snow). It last sold in 2003 for $3 million.

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