Priscilla Presley’s landmark Bendigo home comes on the market with a price tag of $3 million
Priscilla Presley’s landmarked six-bedroom, six-bathroom Bendigo home hits the market with a price tag of $3 million
A Grade II listed property in Bendigo, Victoria that was once home to Priscilla Presley has gone on the market for a whopping $3 million.
Dubbed Villa Belgravia, this large split-level home is two hours from Melbourne and has six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Priscilla, 77, called the sprawling 763-square-foot pad her “home” when she was in Australia to launch the last year Elvis: Direct from Graceland Exhibition dedicated to her late husband.
A vintage property in Bendigo, Victoria, where Priscilla Presley once lived, has gone on the market for a staggering $3 million, reports the Herald Sun. Pictured
The beautiful home was built in 1869 and purchased in 2010 for $840.00 and converted into luxury apartments. Listings on the site will close on February 13, reports the Herald Sun.
The beautifully preserved house has retained much of its old world charm and features cast lacework, hardwood floors, stained glass windows and cast iron open fireplaces.
Other highlights include a large wrap-around lanai and two self-contained suites.
Both suites are located in the basement and have a kitchenette, bathroom and a separate entrance.
Priscilla Presley (pictured) called the luxury pad her “home” when she was in Australia last year to open the “Elvis: Direct from Graceland” exhibition dedicated to her late husband
The upper level features three living areas and a state-of-the-art modern kitchen that includes a walk-in pantry and wine cellar.
The property also features a courtyard and sun terrace perfect for al fresco dining.
It follows Presley’s visit to Australia in March last year.
Dubbed Villa Belgravia, this large split-level home is two hours from Melbourne and has six bedrooms and six bathrooms. Pictured: The beautiful courtyard of the property
The beautiful wife of the late King of Rock and Roll was besieged by admirers as she arrived to officially open the Elvis Presley exhibition ‘Elvis: Direct from Graceland’ at Victoria’s Bendigo Art Gallery.
The day before, Priscilla shared her thoughts on what her ex-husband, who died in 1977 at the age of 42, would have thought of Australia, which he had never visited.
“Elvis once thought he was going to forget,” she said in a video shared by ABC Central Victoria.
Inside of old world luxury home. In the picture: the modern kitchen
Pictured: one of three living areas in the beautiful split-level luxury home
“He couldn’t travel to all the places he wanted to go and Australia was one of them,” she continued.
“So it will be exciting for all of you to share his life and the things he did, the clothes he wore, especially his overalls.”
Drawn by her thoughts on the city of Bendigo, where the exhibition is held, Priscilla said, “I love it here. This is so quaint and unusual. This is a city I’m in love with. It’s really, really cute.’
Highlights in the beautifully preserved home include cast lacework, hardwood floors, stained glass windows and cast-iron open fireplaces, as well as a wine cellar (pictured).
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11626341/Priscilla-Presleys-heritage-listed-Bendigo-home-hits-market-3million-price-tag.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Priscilla Presley’s landmark Bendigo home comes on the market with a price tag of $3 million