Vacation like the King.
Have you ever wondered where some of music’s greatest icons spent their time?
The Los Angeles abode stretches across 5,367 square feet and can accommodate up to eight people with its four bedrooms and multiple baths.
Floor-to-ceiling windows give you overarching views of the surrounding mountains, as the property sits perched on a small cliff where the artist spent many of his days with his wife, Priscilla, and daughter, Lisa Marie, in the late 1960s.
Nature resounds throughout: you’ll enter the estate via a lengthy driveway surrounded with trees, and the property’s backyard includes both a pool and a spa for enjoying the outdoor views.
There’s also an outdoor patio for entertaining, a bar with skylights, and an attached guesthouse.
Inside, high ceilings create an open and airy feel, while etched hardwood floors and coffered ceilings complete the intricate design throughout.
After working in the property's home office, which continues the theme of stunning L.A. views, renters can retreat to the expansive master suite for some relaxation.
The King’s former estate sits in Trousdale, a neighborhood long known for hosting celebrity clientele, from Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra to Jenifer Anniston and Richard Nixon. The area is conveniently located near museums, restaurants, and shopping venues in both Beverly Hills and West Hollywood.
The property has become available for rent a week before the 40th anniversary of Presely's death, August 16, when he will be honored by a series of events taking place across the country, including at Elvis Presley's Graceland in Memphis.
Rates for the Beverly Hills property average $3,995 per night with a five-night minimum required.