The vine-laden Beverly Hills abode that has served as the longtime home of Priscilla Presley sold Tuesday for $13 million, Mansion Global has learned.
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, said Peter Zimble, who represented the buyer along with his Sotheby’s International Realty colleague, Dan Beder.
The seven-bedroom property is an “immaculate example of Spanish-style architecture,” according to Mr. Zimble. 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 “exudes romance,” which was a big draw to the buyers, along with its seclusion and privacy, Mr. Zimble said, while declining to comment on their identity.
Jonah Wilson of Hilton & Hyland represented the Seller.