The King of Rock ’n’ Roll’s honeymoon hideaway is taking another shot at a sale.
Known as the “House of Tomorrow,” the Palm Springs house to which Elvis and Priscilla Presley decamped following their secretive wedding in 1967 has returned to market for $3.26 million. That’s considerably less than the $9.5 million the Midcentury Modern-style home first listed for, and its $5.9-million asking price last year.
Designed by modernist architect William Krisel, the futuristic-vibe house was built in 1960. A walkway lined in floating spherical stairs sets the tone for the house. Inside, four circular “pod” wings offer stone walls, floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of architectural flair across 5,000 square feet.
Cascading clerestories ring the ceiling in the living room, which is anchored by a fireplace suspended from the ceiling.
A similar metallic structure tops the island/stove in the rounded kitchen. Up a set of shrinking stairs, the master suite is covered in drapes and includes a checkered-floor bathroom with a freestanding tub in the middle.
All art and furnishings, including some portraits of Elvis and a jukebox, are included in the sale, according to the listing.
Out back, a lawn and landscaping surround a spacious swimming pool.
Scott Histed and John Walker of Bennion Deville Homes hold the listing.
Presley, who died in 1977 at age 42, helped shape the music of a generation because of his provocative style and genre-bending discography. His hits include “Jailhouse Rock,” “Suspicious Minds” and “Burning Love.”