Remember watching “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” on your hooky days and thinking that you were Bueller? Well, the only way you could’ve actually been Bueller was if you had the awesome glass house from the movie. Unfortunately for you, the property finally sold for $1.06 million. It wasn’t a speedy process, though, as the asking prices constantly fluctuated.
It took about five years for the home to sell. The lucky buyer is Craig Hogan, who managed to scoop up the house and will now forever be able to say he has direct access to the very garage that Ferris’ friend Cameron kept that shiny 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder in. That’s what winning looks like!
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