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Back in January, we noted that the iconic house from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” was up for sale. Remember when Cameron “killed” the car? That happened in this house. But after nearly two years on the market and multiple price cuts, Jacob Nelson at Highland Park Patch tells us that the home is being taken off the market:
If only selling a house was as easy as cutting class.
A Highland Park home made famous for its appearance in the 1986 film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” was taken off the market recently to undergo renovations, according to Chicago Now.
“It will be back, and it will be beautiful and we’ll be inviting everyone to come see it again,” said Coldwell Banker’s Meladee Hughes, the home’s real estate agent.
The four-bedroom, 5,300-square-foot Rose House and Pavilion dropped in price from $ 2.3 million in May of 2009 to $ 1.8 million late last summer, according to Hughes. It was on the market for almost two years.
“This is a very special kind of property,” Hughes told Patch in January, “And I have made the mistake of falling in love with it.”
See the full story at Highland Park Patch.
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