Elvis Presley's Former Estate Up for Sale

For fans of the King of Rock-and-Roll with $17 million to spare, it's a one-of-a-kind souvenir.

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Devoted—and wealthy—fans of the King of Rock-and-Roll now have an opportunity to pick up a souvenir that will put your Elvis Presley-shaped Cheese Doodles to shame.

An estate in Palm Springs, Calif., that Presley owned at the time of his death is now for sale. The asking price? $17 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.

From luxuryrealestate.com, via Developments (WSJ):

Live like the King or make a king's fortune—seriously. Here is the platinum opportunity to rock and roll in Elvis Presley's "Graceland West" estate. Nestled in the foothills of the San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs, Presley lived in the sprawling estate for almost eight years, recorded eight songs for RCA in the living room in 1973 and spent his last birthday at the historic home...

Legendary architect Albert Frey designed the modern, Spanish-style stucco, 5,000-square-foot home which was remodeled to suit the King's personality and needs...The impressive Presley estate is great for entertaining and comfortably accommodates large groups of up to 150 guests. Situated on approximately two acres of land, the property features four bedrooms in the main house, each with its own bath. Off the patio is Presley's bedroom suite with two complete bathrooms, a sunken black and red tile tub, and dressing area. The dining room includes a full wet bar. The living room, with a cathedral beamed ceiling, overlooks the pool which boasts a 30-mile panoramic view of the mountains and downtown Palm Springs. Additional features include Presley's original kitchen appliances, a separate indoor sauna and steam room, plus his private covered Jacuzzi...

The legendary desert estate and Graceland were the last two properties Presley owned when he passed away on Aug. 16, 1977.

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