The Palm Springs home where newlyweds Elvis and Priscilla Presley honeymooned in 1967 has dropped its asking price, again.
It’s now up for grabs at $ 2.5 million, down $ 400,000 from its last asking price in September.
“With this price reduction, this property is certain to sell quickly,” said Scott Histed of Bennion Deville Homes, the listing agent. “The house’s unique design and history that surrounds it makes this a truly unique property.”
Before it was known as their “Honeymoon Hideaway, ”The futuristic abode designed by modernist architect William Krisel for Robert Alexander of the iconic Alexander Construction Company in the early 1960s was dubbed the“ House of Tomorrow ”by Look Magazine. And it’s still far-out.
The 5,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms and bathrooms, a floating fireplace in the living room and curved stone walls.
In the kitchen is a circular island.
Although there are updates, the house retains its original fixtures and appointments.
Architectural elements include terrazzo floors, clerestory windows and glass walls overlooking the pool terrace where there’s a large swimming pool.
A neighboring lot occupied only by a tennis court is also available for an additional $ 1.18 million.
According to the listing, “this historic home is well poised as a renovation project” and makes a “great vacation rental too.”
Located in the sought-after Vista Las Palmas neighborhood, the house has spent six years on and off the market. The initial asking price of $ 9.5 million plunged several times and even fluctuated before settling on just over $ 2.9 million in September.