Bueller? Bueller?

After five years on the market, the iconic Ferris Bueller house finally sells.

Five years after it first came on the market, the two-building modernist home in Highland Park, Illinois that played a memorable role in “Ferris Bueller's Day Off” is finally sold.

The final sale price was $1.06 million, said Craig Hogan, regional director at Coldwell Banker Previews, the luxury division of the real estate brokerage, which represented the house. That's less than half the $2.3 million that the sellers, the family of Francis and the late Ben Rose, originally listed it for in 2009.

By the time of the sale, the asking price had been cut to $1.2 million.

“Talk about a journey,” Mr. Hogan said. After the home first went on the market, it attracted worldwide media attention because of its movie role. In the 1986 John Hughes film, the smaller of the home's two black, glassy buildings is the garage where the father of Ferris' friend Cameron keeps a precious 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder convertible that the teenagers take out for a joyride.

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