The suburban Chicago mansion attached to one of the best-known garages in cult cinema history is up for grabs.
The posh Highland Park residence used as the home of good-natured sack Cameron Frye in Matthew Broderick’s 1986 teen comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off — Yep, the same pad from the infamous “Ferrari Scene” — is being sold for a cool $1.65 million, The Huffington Post has learned.
The famous home, located at 370 Beech St., was designed by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid in 1953. The cantilevered steel-and-glass property is nestled on 5,300 square feet of living space and accentuated by floor-to-ceiling windows throughout.
We wonder if this mid-century architectural gem comes with a wrecked vintage Ferrari?