Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
You may be thinking “Ferris Bueller’s house wasn’t really that memorable, but the suburban home of the Bueller family is not our focus. Instead, we’re talking about the glass house that Cameron Frye and his unforgiving father lived in. Known in real life as the Ben Rose house, the glass structure is a forest retreat in Highland Park, Illinois that came with a multi-million-dollar price tag, recently selling in 2014 for just over $1 million despite being listed at $2.3 million. While much of the money was spent outside of the abode, it was home to one of the film’s most memorable scenes, where Ferris hypothesizes that the mileage they put on Cameron’s father’s 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder can be taken off by running the car in reverse, having disastrous results.