Elvis and Priscilla Presley's Palm Springs Honeymoon Home Listed for $6.93M

Courtesy of Trulia

The home was designed by modernist architect, William Krisel and built by custom home builder of the era, Robert Alexander in 1962.

The midcentury estate was built in 1962 and has four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Elvis and Priscilla Presley's Palm Springs 4,695-square-foot honeymoon hideaway is on the market for $6.93 million.

The midcentury, single-family, peach-accented home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms and is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, with numerous palm trees framing the face of the home. It was designed by modernist architect William Krisel and built by custom-home builder of the era Robert Alexander in 1962.

To keep cozy on the brisk desert winter days, residents can enjoy gathering beside the fireplace in the large, round living room designed with custom stonework and large glass windows that frame views of the San Jacinto Mountains and Coachella Valley.

Outdoors, the homeowner can take a dip in the aquamarine pool which is surrounded by lush vegetation play on the tennis court or enjoy the estate's garden that is situated on the private 0.35-acre lot.

Eric Meeks and Tracey Wrubleski of Sotheby's are the listing agents.

Presley's home is listed on Trulia; see photos below.