Elvis Presley's Honeymoon House Is Now For Sale For IDR 86 Billion

A house in California where Elvis and Priscilla Presley spent their honeymoon in 1966 was sold for $5.65 million.

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The couple rented the house for a year before their wedding. After getting married in Las Vegas on May 1, 1967, they decided to spend their honeymoon at the residence.

The house is not only a memory for Elvis fans, but also architecture.

Located in Palm Springs, the modern home is owned by Seattle-based investors Dan Bridge and Paul Armitstead.

Consisting of four bedrooms and five bathrooms, the house has rounded walls and a bat-shaped roof. In 1962, Look Magazine called the design of the house very futuristic and dubbed it the "House of Tomorrow."

The home features double carved wooden doors, stone, glass walls and a futuristic, floating steel glass fireplace. The entire home is lined with glass walls to optimize sunlight.

The living room features an open concept design complemented by a stone wall overlooking the poolside lounging area and an enclosed dining area.

A grand staircase leads residents to the master suite which offers panoramic views of the mountains. There is also a dressing room, a built-in wardrobe and a balcony that can be used as an observation deck.

All bedrooms are scattered throughout the house. Each room has an en suite bathroom, two of which have a terrace.

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