A home once owned by Elvis Presley has come on the market in Palm Springs, Calif., with an asking price of $2 million, including furnishings and Elvis memorabilia.
The house, on 2 acres in the foothills of the San Jacinto Mountains, has five bedroom suites, a sauna and a steam room in 5,000 square feet. The living room, with a fireplace and cathedral ceiling, overlooks the pool. There is a room with a wet bar big enough to entertain 100 guests.
The home, owned by Presley when he died, was sold to one of his associates. The associate sold it to a Japanese hotelier who is an Elvis fan, but is reluctant to fly to the United States since the terrorist attacks.
Presley also owned a Bel-Air, Calif., home that was rebuilt from the ground up in 2000. That house is for sale at $12.5 million. The French-style house, about 9,500 square feet in area, is on almost 2 acres. The estate has four bedrooms, including two master suites, and views of canyons and mountains.
The longtime Bel-Air home of the late Wilt Chamberlain has
Source: Email / Updated: Oct 13, 2002