It wasn't, but it definitely looks like it could have been!
The house in question, which is located at 370 Beech Street in Highland Park, Illinois, is one of the most architecturally significant mid-century homes in the Chicago area. The house was built for Ben and Fran Rose in 1953. He died in 2004, and his wife died in 2009. At her death, the house was listed at $2.3 million. It is now available at the bargain basement price of $1,650,000, in case you want to run right out and put your earnest money down.
This 5,300 square-foot contemporary home designed by A. James Speyer sits on .75 acres. The house features four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a giant 40 x 25 living room, but what most movie buffs are fascinated by is the all-glass detached pavilion, cantilevered over a Ferrari-killing ravine, which was designed by David Haid to house Ben and Fran Rose's collection of cars.
You Tube video by Landmark Illinois