The crib hit the market earlier this month with a $5.65 million listing price, and we’re told the seller accepted an offer Thursday, though the sale is not yet complete.
The 4-bedroom home is famous because Elvis leased it in 1966 for a whole year, which set him back $21,000 — ridiculously cheap for 2022, but in ’66 that was a small fortune.
Elvis and Priscilla were supposed to tie the knot at the property on May 1, 1967 … but after the press got wind of the wedding plan, Elvis and Priscilla changed course and went to Sin City for a classic Vegas wedding.
The house has a ton of history — Elvis and Priscilla were, umm … busy in Palm Springs because exactly 9 months after their wedding, Lisa Marie Presley was born. That’s some honeymoon!
The 4,695 square foot home features rock walls, a floating fireplace and terrazzo flooring … and like any good desert home, there’s a huge backyard pool with a view of the mountains.
Famously dubbed the “House of Tomorrow,” the property is a PS landmark … it’s known to draw Elvis fanatics, tourists and architecture aficionados.