Architect James Speyer built this classic mid century modern residence in 1953, and in the 80′s it showed its clean lines (and broken windows) in the forever favorite “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Though it isn’t all about the movie, this home boasts a whole lot of square footage in the open floor plan and a ton of character straight from the mid-century era.
Located at 370 Beech St. in Highland Park, IL, this home is entirely surrounded by floor to ceiling glass and plenty of open space. With it’s age has come some updating, including new windows, carpet and exterior renovations as well. The 4 bedroom, 4 bath home is situated on an acre lot with a 70′s built guest home.
The price has already been reduced since being back on the market after a brief stint years ago, and now the listing is down to $1.375 million.