Everyone loves the '86 classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off for its comedic plot and script, but for design fiends, it's a favorite for its real-estate porn. The contemporary home of uptight character Cameron Frye, through which a vintage Ferrari famously plunged into the ravine below, is a 20th-century gem, designed by noted architects James Speyer and David Haid — and it's on the market.
The 5,300-square-foot, 4-bedroom, 4-bath home belonged to successful textile designer Ben Rose, and is listed at $2.3 million. It's composed of two steel and glass buildings, cantilevered over the ravine, giving it incredible views of the surrounding woods. It's definitely an architectural treasure, not to mention a piece of '80s nostalgia! See lots of interior photos when you read more.