Elvis' Honeymoon Ranch Can Be Yours for $6.5 Million

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An Elvis Presley impersonator performs at the official opening ceremony and celebration of the new U.S. embassy next to the Brandenburg Gate on July 4, 2008 in Berlin, Germany. Architectural critics claim the embassy, designed by American architect Moore Ruble Yudell, offers little in architectural innovation or design. (Getty Images)more pics »Elvis Presley bought his luxury estate, a 155-acre property near Memphis, Tennessee, in 1968 to share with his new wife Priscilla, and now the ranch is on the market for $6.48 million. Known by fans as the "Elvis Ranch," the rock ‘n’ roll star owned the Circle G estate in Lake Horn from 1966 to 1971.

Inside the honeymoon cottage (via RetroRenovation.com)
Estate agent Rodger Motz expects the ranch to be snapped up by a fan and has already had one interested buyer contact him from Denmark. He said: “I knew before I listed the property that there were a lot of Elvis fans out there. But I have to admit, I was surprised to get a call from that far away."

The estate includes two barns and the lakeside cottage where Elvis spent his honeymoon with Priscilla. But the extensive ranch has been “zoned for development” and could be transformed into a new estate of homes and businesses. The famous honeymoon cottage will have to be preserved as part of the deal.

Previous attempts at turning it into a tourist resort had been turned down.