Want to own a bit of movie history? Then pony up $2.3 million and become the owner of the Highland Park, Chicago, home from the John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Best remembered as the place where Ferris Bueller’s sidekick, Cameron Frye (played by Alan Ruck), crashes his dad’s 1958 Ferrari through a glass-walled garage, the modern four-bedroom is currently listed by Sotheby’s International Realty. The “architectural treasure,” designed by A. James Speyer and David Haid, features that famous glass garage, as well as a room filled with movie memorabilia. Ferrari not included.
It’s not the only movie-star property on the market. Find out what other sets are for sale after the jump.
According to the folks at Boxwish, Benjamin Button’s New Orleans mansion can be yours for $2.85 million. You’ll have to pay a bit more to get the keys to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House, though. The Los Feliz manse — featured in flicks like Blade Runner, Rush Hour and Predator 2, and even the set of an S Club 7 music video — is listed at a massive $15 mil.
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