One of your favorite holiday movies gets an blunt appraisal:
Oof, looks like Chicago's legendary Ferris Bueller house—the modern, cantilevered spread that played Cameron's home in the 1986 classic—has endured yet another price chop, now asking $1.295M. For those keeping score, that's $205K less than $1.5M the A. James Speyer-built...
Getty Images Heroes are a dime a dozen in the US of A. But few are as idolized and revered as the suburban Chicago teenager who in 1986 showed the world how to make the most of life: Ferris Bueller. In his epic day off, Ferris demonstrated a mastery of skills that most high schoolers (and adults, for that matter) could only dream of achieving. Show More Summary
Looks like North West may pull a Ferris Bueller... because her parents are out of the country and she's been left to her own devices in a big Calabasas mansion.We overstate a tad. Our Kardashian baby sources tell us... Kim and Kanye wanted…
On the Magnificent Mile in the Windy City for Riot Fest. Note my headgear, which no government here has yet made illegal.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Grease are just two of the many iconic high school movies that have earned a more permanent place in our hearts than our own graduating class. But as much as we think we know their stories inside and out, we often forget their central lie: Their stars were way older than their […]
In the world of film, there are a handful of automobiles that have an achieved an iconic almost cult-like status. Be it the Ghostbusters Ecto-1, the Audi S8 from Ronin, or even the Jeep from Jurassic Park, movie cars create movie car fans. Two of the most memorable machines from the last few decades of filmmaking recently went up for auction, and...
When money is being shelled out the way Mark Walter and Stan Kasten have been shelling it out (with the confidence and reckless abandon of Ferris Bueller ) it becomes difficult, if not impossible, to look at the team as a whole, theShow More Summary
Ferris Bueller, if you buy this car for me, you're my hero. One of the three cars used for Ferris Bueller's Day Off was auctioned off this weekend. Wait, wasn't this car destroyed?
If you are thinking of taking a day off, you might want to consider taking off with the Ferrari driven in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. One of three cars used for the '80s classic "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" will be on the block this weekend...Show More Summary
Ask any member of the general population to tell you something about classic Ferraris and you’ll probably get some combination of ‘Testarossa’, ‘Magnum PI’, and ‘that car from Ferris Bueller.’ Among auto-acedemics you’ll probably hear ‘250 GTO’, ‘F355’ and inevitably, ‘The Enzo’. Show More Summary
The home seared into moviegoers’ memories in the 1986 film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is on the market now in Highland Park, Ill., for $1.5 million.
Between the roaring big cat jacket that looks like the sort of thing Ferris Bueller?s girlfriend, Sloane, would be into and the neon tiger print border on the cover, Perry looks ready and raring to get her new single out to the masses,...Show More Summary
This week Chicago Mag runs through the reasons why the beloved Ferris Bueller Ferrari House, which recently blipped back onto the market for $1.5M (65 percent of its original $2.3M price and $150K less than what the owners wanted in...
We can't fathom why somebody didn't swoop up this famous house in Highland Park, Illinois, when it was first offered for sale in 2009, and again in 2011 - especially considering its role in the hit 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off....Show More Summary
Who hasn’t dreamed of having a garage like Cameron’s in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off? Well, now's your chance. Again. The sexy, glass-walled modern house and garage featured in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is back on the market for a cool $1.5 million. Read more...
The Rose House—the most important modernist building in the Chicago area featured in John Hughes' movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off—is back on sale for just $1.5 million. That's three times in three years! Is this house haunted or just a mess to maintain? Read more...
Good news if you’re a fan of both Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and living in Illinois, as you can now (or once again) purchase the house that the character Cameron [...]
If you’ve ever dreamed of living out your ’80s movie fantasy of rolling a Ferrari through the glass wall of a very expensive home, that dream just got less expensive. Two years after dropping the price on the A. James Speyer-designed home (best known as Cameron’s house in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off) from $2.3 million to $1.65 million, the … [More]
by Jia Tolentino After four years without an offer on the house designed by a student of Mies van der Rohe and immortalized by the final scenes of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the owners of this property in Highland Park, Illinois haveShow More Summary