Some of you were jealous of the wheels when Cameron (Alan Ruck) defied his dad and spun off in his prized car in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” but others may have been more intrigued by the glass house encasing the vehicle.
We can’t say whether they’re a movie fan or not, but someone recently bought the iconic Chicago structure for $1.06 million, according to Variety, after sitting for five years on the market and taking multiple price cuts.
Ever look up at the screen at the movie theaters and think, “If I lived there, I’d be home right now”? It would be many a cinema buff’s dream to live in a notable home that made it to the big screen, so we tracked down the sales of five more movie homes that could one day be your own humble (or not-so-humble) abode.
“The Nightmare On Elm Street”