Of Universal Importance: Cameron Frye’s Place From “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” Is for Sale

Yes, true, the Ben Rose House is a mid-century modern masterpiece designed by A. James Speyer, a protege of Mies Van der Rohe & David Haid. But is that what really matters? No. What really matters is that this home starred in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off:

Remember?

It’s on the market (again) for $1.5 million. It’s not in Philadelphia, but I thought you’d like to know.

Listing: 370 Beech Street, Highland Park, IL

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  • z2

    bravo to the realtor for getting an abundance of exposure for this listing….despite it being listed, de-listed, and re-listed several times in the past (and the media ate it up back then too). I swear i see a story on this house everywhere I turn. But will another media blitz finally bring a buyer?