The McCallisters, who owned the home for four decades passed away. Their children are now selling the property, The Los Angeles Times reported.
The real estate agent listing the property says that while the home has been updated and upgraded, it has the same interior decor from the '70s, the LA Times reported.
But some may be disappointed to learn that the layout isn’t the same as what was seen on the show.
The house is in danger of going the way of shag carpeting and egg chairs.
The neighborhood it is in has been popular for tearing buildings down for new developments, the LA Times reported.
But the owners will give first priority to those who want to keep the house and preserve it, instead of knocking it down, the LA Times reported.