Elvis Presley’s $9.5 Million Honeymoon House in Palm Springs

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Fans of the late great Elvis Presley can now own a bit of history right here in southern California. The Altman Brothers have teamed up to sell the music superstar’s honeymoon estate in beautiful Palm Springs.

This mid-century modern masterpiece was the 1966 destination for Elvis and Priscilla’s honeymoon (a honeymoon which resulted in Lisa Marie’s birth roughly 9 months later). The home was built by renowned Palm Springs developer Robert Alexander for his wife all the way back in 1960. Of course it has since been restored with plenty of art deco design and furnishings found all throughout the property. The residence features 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms spanning 5,500 square feet over three levels. This dwelling doesn’t come cheap though, as the current asking price is $9.5 million. [Purchase]

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