Reverse your own odometer in this architectural pop culture gem. The 5,300 sq ft glass-and-steel Ben Rose Home ($2,300,000), and more specifically the matching detached garage, is the site where Cameron gives an unexpected F-U to his dad in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Designed by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid, and once owned by photographer Ben Rose, the house was built in 1953 and is located in Highland Park, Illinois. Vast ravines in rear, but 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California not included. [Thanks, Scott]
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1961, the Fawcett Ranch House (a cool $2.7 million) near Los Banos, California, is a 3,800 sq. foot piece of history. Sited on 8 acres of farmland in the San Joaquin Valley, this retro-amazing home features a concrete slab floor, mahogany walls, windows, doors, and cabinetry. It's got six bedrooms, four and a half baths, two fireplaces (including a walk-in living room fireplace), a Japanese garden with Koi pond and waterfall, and unbelievable views from every angle. Here's your chance to live in an actual work of art. [Thanks, Chuck]
Bat Cave, Man Cave — whatever you want to call it, this unique Missouri Cave Home ($300,000) is a superhero-worthy hangout. Boasting over 17,000 sq ft of space, this cavernous house is fully livable, with three bedrooms, a 400 sq ft kitchen, three groundwater springs, 2.8 acres of land, and a legendary stage — yes, stage — where bands such as the MC5, Ted Nugent, and Bob Seger have performed. Fringe benefit: Being able to answer "yes" when asked "Do you live in a cave?" "Why yes, yes I do."