A pair of homes with connections to Elvis Presley are scheduled to become available in online auctions on Nov. 11.
According to a Realtor.com report
, one home was built in the 1920s in Tupelo, Miss., by Vernon and Vestor Presley, Elvis’ father and uncle. The shotgun house on 16.5 acres was briefly the home for the future King of Rock ‘n’ Roll when he was in elementary school. The property is now called “Elvis Presley Heights” and the auction manager estimates its worth between $2 million and $3.5 million.
Also for sale is a two-bedroom, 60-foot-long mobile home that Elvis bought in the 1960s that was placed amidst eight other mobile homes on 163 acres next to his Memphis mansion Graceland. Elvis used this mobile home configuration for friends who could not be accommodated in Graceland, and he and his then-wife Priscilla occasionally stayed at the property that is now up for auction. Bidding starts on this property at $5,000, and it is being valued at between $250,000 and $500,000.