Lakeside Modernist House / David Haid

Fans of the wonderful Ferris Bueller house might just appreciate this 1960s David Haid-designed modernist property in Lakeside, Michigan, which happens to be by the same architect, a protege of Mies Van Der Rohe.

It’s very much cut from the same cloth too (if that makes sense), the expanse of glass and angular structure are still present, although this is a later design, built in 1964, as opposed to the Bueller property, which dates to the early 1950s.

If you want it, you’ll have to do deep, as it is up for sale at $3,650,000 — via WowHaus

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