The vine-laden Beverly Hills abode that has served as the longtime home of Priscilla Presley was sold for $13 million.
The actress, who was married to the “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” Elvis Presley from 1967 until their divorce in 1973, listed the mansion this summer, initially with a $15.9 million price tag, which was then brought down to $14.5 million in mid-October.
Built in 1951, the home was reimagined and renovated in 1994 and filled with very intimate entertaining spaces, including dens, a library and a whiskey room.
The seven-bedroom property is an immaculate example of Spanish-style architecture. It’s loaded with rustic character and charm, from the stately fireplaces to beamed ceilings and paneled walls. Nearly every room opens onto the verdant garden, where there is a separate guest suite, a pool and a tennis court.
The home was a big draw to the anonymous buyers who appreciated its seclusion and privacy.