Hard Rock’s Peter Morton Buys Elvis’ House

Hard Rock Cafe co-founder Peter Morton just picked up the old Elvis Presley place in Beverly Hills for $9.8 million, reports the LA Times.

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Hard Rock Cafe co-founder Peter Morton just picked up the old Elvis Presley place in Beverly Hills for $9.8 million, reports the LA Times. Elvis bought the 1.18-acre property in 1967 (the same year he married Priscilla) for $400,000. It maintains its original gates, which still have messages to The King written on them.
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The one-story French-Regency-style home was previously listed as a rental for $25,000 a month, and then went onto the market for $12.995 million in October.
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There are floor-to-ceiling windows and walls of glass in every room.
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These might be the best panoramic city and ocean views in the exclusive Trousdale Estates.
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Surely the King made a toast or two in the gorgeous bar area.
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The office and library is complete with a fireplace.
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A skylight bathes the main dining table with light.
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The entire home, including the kitchen, recently underwent a massive renovation.
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A view of the master bedroom. There are four bedrooms in total.
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There are five bathrooms. Here is a view of the master bath.
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There are plenty of places to entertain, both inside and out.
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An outside dining area, a stone's throw away from the pool.
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In addition to the swimming pool, there's a four-car carport and a motor court and spa.
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When Elvis lived here, his neighbors were Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Curtis, and Ray Charles. Today, it's still where the stars choose to reside. And, we see why!
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