It may officially be the end of an era: Those devoted fans still mourning the week after director John Hughes died can spring for the house he made famous in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The Ben Rose Home in Highland Park, IL, designed by A. James Speyer and David Haid, belonged to Cameron, Ferris Bueller's best friend in the movie, and has been up for sale for months. It is a modern structure of glass and steel, and cantilevers over a ravine: A ravine made famous during a final scene of the movie, when Cameron accidentally pushes his father's prized sports car through the garage's glass wall and down into the woods. The current owners, The Vancouver Sun reports, are also avid car collectors, and use the space for Ferrari club meetings. They're asking $2,300,000 for the home. Anyone...anyone?