Home Where 80's Teen Had Ferrari-Ruining Meltdown Sells For $1 Million

The exquisite glass garage (and home attached to it) from Ferris Bueller just sold for $1.06 million. There's no word on if Cameron's father is still beating him senselessly for ruining his Ferrari in a teenaged fit of rage and angst.

The garage, famous for being the scene where a young man has a mental breakdown deep enough for him to be committed to some full time facility to watch over his well being, has long been an art deco icon of Chicago's Highland Park.

Cameron's house has been on the market for nearly five years, but the modernist home built in 1953 has finally found a buyer. The purchase price of $1.06 million is far below the original $2.3 million starting price.

Now the new owners just better not park anything valuable in that garage, especially if they have an emotionally disturbed son and a miscreant pathological liar as a best friend.