• House from Ferris Bueller's Day Off For Sale
  • Posted 46 months ago by Jack Lowe · @jacklowe · film · 69154 Views
  • Those of you who have a spare $1.65 million laying around may be interested to know that the house from the legendary 80s film Ferris Bueller's Day Off is available to buy. The famous 5,300 sq/ft, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home is located at 370 Beech St, Highland Park, Illinois amongst a wooded one acre lot.

    The home is known as the Ben Rose home (or Ben Rose Auto Museum) and was built by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid in 1953. It was owned and lived in by Rose up until his death in 2004, when his wife Francis lived there with a caregiver until her death earlier in the year.

    In the film, the house belongs to Bueller's best friend Cameron Frye's father and housed the red 1961 Ferrari 250 GTO California that Beuller and Frye joyride through Chicago.

    Thanks to Booooooom.com for the infomation.

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    • He's a righteous dude !!
    • Jordan Searle Posted 46 months ago · 58 Reply
    • It's very beautiful and very cold and you're not allowed to touch anything.
    • SA Posted 46 months ago · 62 Reply
    • Let my Cameron...Gooooooo.....
    • C.Brown Posted 46 months ago · 23 Reply
    • Did anybody else notice the big floor jack in the right corner of the third picture?
    • AMW Posted 46 months ago · 263 Reply
    • this post is very interesting. no wonder so many people who comment on this post including me. there is indeed a smart person. thanks for the info
    • syafrin Posted 46 months ago · 19 Reply
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    • helni Posted 46 months ago · 29 Reply
    • i lyk this house :-)
    • warren Posted 46 months ago · 15 Reply
    • I want the gto.
    • Beaches real estate Posted 46 months ago · 13 Reply
    • No gas kitchen
    • Name* Posted 46 months ago · 20 Reply
    • wish i could live hererererere
    • sol Posted 45 months ago · 18 Reply
    • I know thos might be a dumb question but can anyone tell me the type of telephone that was used in the movie, inside cameron fryes bedroom????
    • will horton Posted 16 months ago · 51 Reply
    • Best house.
    • MikeyMike Posted 12 months ago · 36 Reply
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