This cantilevered, glass-wrapped midcentury stunner comes equipped with a rich cinematic history. OK, so maybe the home’s pavilion/garage only appeared in one film from the 1980s, but what a memorable, cringe-inducing appearance it was. Designed in 1953 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe protégés A. James Speyer and David Haid for client Ben Stein Ben Rose, the 5,300-square-foot abode at 370 Beech St. in the upscale Chicago suburb of Highland Park hit the market in 2011 for a cool $1.65 million. Previously in 2009, the home had listed for $2.3 million and dropped to $1.8 million. A red vintage Ferrari and a male teenager on the verge of a nervous breakdown named Cameron were reportedly not included in the sale.