The memorabilia-filled (and dog-tired dated) mid-century modern residence in Palm Springs, CA, where Elvis and Priscilla Presley honeymooned in 1967 popped up for sale with a publicity generating and absolutely absurd asking price of $9.5 million. So said the property gossip lady at the L.A. Times, the hip swiveling Mister Presley leased the 5,000-ish square foot, five bedroom and five bathroom residence in 1966 at a cost of $21,000.
In other Elvis Presley-related real estate news Your Mama found out—via the ever-omniscient Yolanda Yakketyyak—that the Rex Lotery-designed Beverly Hills house briefly owned in the late 1960s by The King and his teenage bride and was sold by entrepreneurial restaurateur Peter Morton earlier this years to a mysterious buyer for $14.5 million was purchased by an Egyptian travel and hospitality industry tycoon for his young and socially connected daughter.
listing photo (Palm Springs): Hilton & Hyland
listing photo: Coldwell Banker