The famous glass house where Cameron lived—and where the vintage Ferrari was totaled—in the 1980s classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off has returned to market, asking $1.5M. That's down from the $1.65M it was asking when it was delisted back in 2011, but, despite hints that the house had been pulled from the market to undergo a modest renovation and restaging, no new photos are yet available. Originally designed in 1953 by A. James Speyer, a follower of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the four-bedroom main house was joined on the property by the now-famous glassy garage/guest house. That iconic outbuilding, designed by architect David Haid, includes parking for four cars, plus an extra kitchen and bathroom.
· Ferris Bueller House Back on the Market for $1.5M [Curbed Chicago]
· 'Ferris Bueller' house back on market for $1.5M [Chicago Tribune]
· Can Be Yours: Cameron's House From Ferris Bueller's Day Off! [Curbed National]
· Ferris Bueller House Now Accepting Donations For Furniture [Curbed National]