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‘Ferris Bueller’ residence sells for $1.06 million

‘Ferris Bueller’ residence sells for $1.06 million

The two-building home in Highland Park sole for one million dollars, that’s reduction than half a cost it was creatively listed for in 2009.

Special to a Tribune

3:08 p.m. CDT, May 30, 2014

The midcentury new-fashioned steel-and-glass residence in Highland Park and a circuitously automobile pavilion that together are ordinarily famous as a Ferris Bueller home for their inflection in a 1986 film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” sole on Thursday for $1.06 million.

And a buyers, an investment landowner and a lawyer, are circuitously residents and Northwestern University alumni.

The understanding brought to a tighten a some-more than five-year-long sales odyssey for a 5,300-square-foot residence and a iconic, detached, glass-enclosed automobile pavilion, that perches over a depth on steel pilings. Since May 2009, a Rose family — a home’s usually owners — had had a skill on and off a market.

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The final sale cost was for reduction than half of a $2.3 million that a Rose family primarily had sought for a skill in May 2009. It after was reduced to $1.8 million and afterwards to $1.65 million before entrance off a marketplace in 2011 for some light rehab work. For a time, a skill remained off a marketplace though still informally listed.

In Aug a Rose family relisted a skill for $1.5 million and after cut a seeking cost to $1.375 million, $1.275 million and $1.25 million before finally going underneath agreement in January. The four-bedroom categorical residence was built in 1953 and designed by Ludwig Mies outpost der Rohe footman A. James Speyer, while a pavilion was designed by David Haid and assembled about 20 years after to residence an outlandish automobile collection.

In a classical stage late in a film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” a suggested character’s best friend, Cameron Frye, sends a classical 1961 Ferrari crashing by a pavilion’s image potion windows into a ravine.

Features in a pavilion embody a kitchen, a bath and room for 4 cars.  The sellers recently renovated a pavilion’s windows and steel.

The representative for a buyers, Mindy Shea of @properties, declined to criticism on a purchase.

News of a sale was initial reported by Crain’s Chicago Business.

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