Who can forget the epic scene in Ferris Bueller's Day Off when long-suffering BF, Cameron Frye, accidentally knocks his father's Ferrari out of the modern glass-enclosed garage of his sterile home? If you, like me, have a soft spot for this scene where Cameron becomes a man, you're in the Chicago area, and you have $1.65 million to spend (that's a lot of ifs) -- it's your lucky day.
The James Speyer and David Haid designed structure that's on the market is located in Highland Park, a posh area outside of Chicago. So let's just assume the school districts are good and Mr. Rooney has long since retired (or been imprisoned).
More views of the spectacular landmark home below. Alternately, you might be more comfortable in The Cunningham's home that sold for only $422,000 back in the '90s. (Does not include The Fonz's garage apartment.)
Interestingly enough, the original architect helped John Hughes set up the shot of the car flying over the ravine so the house would not be destroyed. That's movie magic, ladies and gentlemen!
Looks awfully roomy in there, doesn't it? There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms so everyone can have their own space.
Would you want to own a piece of Ferris Bueller history?
Images via Sotheby's Realty