Nestled between trees in Highland Park, Illinois, the home is going for $2.3 million and includes the famous glass pavilion that Alan Rucks character crashed his dads Ferrari through in the 80s flick.
Realtor Meladee Hughes calls the house an architectural masterpiece since its built entirely out of glass and steel and sits in the middle of a secluded forest.
She says it feels like a fancy treehouse and boasts splendid nature views.
The home has only been on the market for a week, but shes already getting offers from movie buffs and house hunters alike.
A major selling point is that it comes with a wall of memorabilia dedicated to Ferris Buellers Day Off, including pictures taken during filming.
Hughes has informed Bueller director John Hughes of the listing, but hasnt heard from him or any other of the films stars just yet.
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