The iconic home boasts glass walls and 360 degree views of the surrounding woods (shattered windows not included). It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a four-car garage (fit for a red Ferrari) and pavilion guest house. The Chicago mansion has steadily dropped in price since it was originally listed for $2.3 million in May 2009. After being taken off the market in February 2011, it was re-listed in August for $1.5 million.
Would you cough up $1.5 mil for a piece of movie history -- and a pretty amazing house? Check out the pics.