The Daily Herald reports that it went on the market last week for $2.3 million and not surprisingly, its '80s status has already attracted a lot of interest as everyone longs to walk the halls of Cameron Frye. In real life, the house isn't as cold as a museum, and really does keep a collection of cars in the glass pavilion. Alas, they're not included in the sale price (you'll have to buy your own Ferrari), but it sounds like they're throwing in the pavilion's mini Ferris Bueller museum. If you love this movie, $2.3 million is a bargain! (See photos below)
There's more photos of it on the realtor's website (who eerily shares the name of Hughes, but is of no relation to Bueller director John Hughes). If there's a Cinematical reader wealthy enough to buy it, can we visit for a sleepover?