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This property, made famous by the movie ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’, was designed by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid in 1953, and has recently been put on the market for $1.65 million.
If storing your cars in style is high on your list of priorities then this may be the house for you. With a capacity for six cars this garage appears more like a showroom.
Formally known as the Ben Rose Home, it features open plan living and lots of it-this home is 5300sq ft!
Uncluttered with clean lines the glass walled exterior brings the outside in.
Sitting on approximately 1 acre of woods there are fabulous views from every floor to ceiling window.
Comprising two steel and glass buildings cantilevered over a ravine this home is a truly unique piece of architectural history.
Maybe car fanatics aren’t that interested in preparing feasts.
Not quite a million dollar kitchen-but you do have a choice of two, and this galley kitchen retains a modern appeal with its white gloss cabinetry and stone top.
One of the four bathrooms.
And finally if you really can’t bear to be parted from your beloved car, bring it inside-there is probably even room for two! (Don’t say you haven’t seen this before :) )
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