The King of ‘Rock and Roll’, Elvis Aaron Presley who with his exceptional talent, good looks, sensuality, charisma, and good humor got endeared to multi-millions, was certainly a supreme figure in the American life who acted as catalyst for the rock and roll cultural revolution. Renowned as the most popular musicians of the 20th century, the Elvis is still alive in the hearts of millions of his fans even after 35 years of death. And, now Presley’s die-hard fans and affluent individuals seeking a celebrated home in Beverly Hills, can grab the King’s old Beverly Hills estate, which he shared with his wife Priscilla. Listed for $12.95 million, this lavish residence whose entry gate comes covered with handwritten notes of adulation and Elvis tributes from Elvis fans was also earlier available on rental market at a price of $25,000 a month.
The King’s estate is located near the end of North Hillcrest Road in prime Trousdale estates.
Elvis and his wife, Priscilla, bought the home for $400K in the year they married, that is 1967, and Elvis remained here even after their divorce in 1972.
Seated on a 1.2 acre promontory overlooking breathtaking panoramic city-to-ocean views, this French Regency estate built back in 1958 boasts five-bedrooms, five bathrooms, and luxurious modern updates.
Also, a private master suite boasts a large master bath and expansive walk-in closets with plenty of room for shoes.
Gated and private, this 5,367 sq. ft property bearing the ZIP code 90210 comes featured with a pool and spa, floor to ceiling windows, glass walls and an attached guest house with a four car garage.
And, spacious public rooms include a formal living room with fireplace, family room, a dining room, a media room and office.
Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker holds the listing.
However, we have earlier seen that whenever Elvis Presley’s memorabilia has come up on the auction blocks, it has fetched huge prices, which becomes apparent from the sale of Elvis Presley’s Tiger Man’ sunglasses for $22,000, Presley’s white grand piano which was expected to fetch more than $1 million, the King's Classic Elvis peacock suit for $300,000, besides the sale weird keepsakes like Presley’s crypt, the lock of his hairs which is one of the most bizarre celebrity collectible till date, to name a few.