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Ferris Bueller house for sale

1950s, Houses in movies, Modernist, USA

Discounted further: 1950s A. James Speyer and David Haid-designed ‘Ferris Bueller’ modernist house in Highland Park, Illinois, USA

1950s A. James Speyer and David Haid-designed 'Ferris Bueller' modernist house in Highland Park, Illinois, USA
1950s A. James Speyer and David Haid-designed ‘Ferris Bueller’ modernist house in Highland Park, Illinois, USA

Sadly, it doesn’t come with the Ferrari, but the 1950s A. James Speyer and David Haid-designed ‘Ferris Bueller’ modernist house in Highland Park, Illinois, USA has been discounted yet again and is now available for almost half the original asking price. Read more

1960s, Houses in movies, Midcentury, USA

On the market: Infamous Otto F.Seeler-designed 1960s midcentury house and movie location in Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida

Otto F.Seeler-designed 1960s midcentury house and movie location in Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida
Otto F.Seeler-designed 1960s midcentury house and movie location in Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida

Thanks to Steve King for flagging up the sale of this Otto F.Seeler-designed 1960s midcentury house in Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida. But it’s not just a house. This is also an infamous hangout and movie location. Read more

1960s, Houses in movies, Midcentury, United Kingdom

Fahrenheit 451: Midcentury Renway bungalow in Edgcumbe Park, Crowthorne, Berkshire

Midcentury Renway bungalow in Edgcumbe Park, Crowthorne, Berkshire
Midcentury Renway bungalow in Edgcumbe Park, Crowthorne, Berkshire

Fancy living in a 1960s house of the future? You can if you purchase this midcentury Renway bungalow in Edgcumbe Park, Crowthorne, Berkshire. Why futuristic? Simple – this was the estate used in Francois Truffaut’s 1966 movie adaptation of Fahrenheit 451 – with the hero of that movie, Montag, living in one of these Type 60 properties. Read more

Houses in movies, Period, United Kingdom

Houses in movies: Bank Hall in The Haunted House of Horror (1969) – you could soon live there

Bank Hall in The Haunted House of Horror
Bank Hall in The Haunted House of Horror

This is actually a topical post, as the 1960s swinging London flick The Haunted House of Horror is actually on TV this coming Friday (BBC1 I think, you might want to check). Which makes it the perfect time to feature said ‘Haunted House’, which is actually Bank Hall, a Jacobean mansion south of the village of Bretherton in Lancashire. Read more