Elvis lives! Well, his spirit lives on, anyway, in this groovy mid-century modern house for sale in Palm Springs.
He and Priscilla lived here for a while after their wedding in ’67, so it’s been dubbed their “Honeymoon Hideaway.”
Elvis & Priscilla’s Place in Palm Springs
The Sotheby’s listing says:
The world knows this wonderful, Mid-Century estate as the Elvis Presley Honeymoon Hideaway. This iconic treasure was designed by the famous modernist architect William Krisel and built by the renowned custom home builder of the era, Robert Alexander in 1962.
Situated to offer majestic views of the San Jacinto Mountains and Coachella Valley, the extensive use of glass and custom stonework throughout make for great indoor and outdoor living.”
Nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac, enjoy the pool, tennis court, garden and grounds in complete privacy. The large round main living room, perfect for entertaining is the epitome of mid-century modernism and is just plain sexy.”
The “Honeymoon Hideaway” website says:
Special events are held each year to celebrate the marriage of Elvis and Priscilla, as well as Elvis’ birthday and passing. Expert Guides deliver daily tours. The house and property are available for special events including weddings, films and conferences.
Elvis (supposedly) died in 1977, but some people aren’t buying it.
I found a fun blog that posted a bunch of “Elvis Lives” headlines and tabloid covers, including this one:
She points out that if you’re trying to fake your death, then you might not want to hang out on Graceland’s front lawn… 😉
Any fans out there who’d like to live in a house with Elvis history? It’s on the market for about $6.9 million. Check the Sotheby’s listing and the Elvis Honeymoon House website for more photos and information.