'Miracle on 34th Street' Farmhouse Listed for $3.4M
Susan Walker's Christmas wish can now be yours.
It's a miracle on 771 Washington Road.
The idyllic yellow farmhouse from the 1994 holiday hit Miracle on 34th Street (a remake of the 1947 Maureen O'Hara and Edmund Gwenn-starrer) is on the market for $3.4 million, and fans of the film can now make Susan Walker's (Mara Wilson) Christmas wish their own before the holiday arrives.
Aerial view of house
The 5,964 square-foot, two story, five bedroom, seven bathroom house, located in Lake Forest, Ill., was built in 1936 and has a large front lawn, wraparound driveway and three parking spaces on the .91 acre lot, making it ideal for hosting a large number of visitors.
Indoors, homeowners can overlook the outside pool area from the spaciously updated white kitchen. A third floor, brightly lit spare room is ideal for entertaining as a media center or making into an upstairs office, and a formal living room, sitting room and formal dining room offer a comfortable amount of space for holiday visitors.
Outdoors, residents can enjoy a lush and green expansive garden, swim in the large, rectangular pool accompanied by a newly renovated pool house, and sit under the shade of a a shrubbery-adorned outdoor patio overlooking multiple fountains.
Marina Carney and Andy Mrowiec of Griffith Grant & Lackie are the listing agents; it is also listed on Trulia.