- Jan 8, 2011
Price dropped on Cameron's home from Ferris Bueller's Day Off
"It's like a museum... It's very beautiful and very cold" – Click above for high-res image gallery
Highland Park, Illinois is home to a very special house. Architecture buffs will recognize 370 Beech Street as a steel and glass building designed by notable architects A. James Speyer and David Haid. To auto enthusiasts, however, 370 Beech is where one unforgettable movie Ferrari met its tragic demise at the hands of Cameron Frye in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. It's also for sale. Still.
We first told you about this house last year, when it was listed with an asking price of $2.3 million. Guess what? It never sold and the price has come way down. Today, the so-called "Ferris Bueller house" could be yours for just $1.65 million. If we had the means, we'd love to park Zach Bowman's International Pickup in view of nature and nosy neighbors... so he could kick it through the glass when he finally loses his mind.
What say you, Autoblog reader – Is the house is worth the dough or is it just "something d-o-o economics?"