Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is by far the greatest teen movie ever made and now you can buy Cameron Frye’s mid-century modern house at a reduced price. This Illinois house was the site of the movie’s climax where Cameron sends his abusive father’s ’69 Ferrari flying through the glass garage and plunging about 50 feet into the forest below. Judging from its pictures, it doesn’t really look like the house and the surrounding woods have changed all that much since 1986 when the movie was filmed. It has apparently been up for sale since 2009 and since then the asking price has dropped from $2.3 million to $1.65 million. It seems that the movie hasn’t added as much value to the home’s value as he originally thought. Still, if you have a few million dollars to burn and are a die-hard fan of the movie like I am, you can call Cameron’s house your own.
With this house you too can play hookey in Chicago.
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