Priscilla Presley's heritage listed Bendigo 'home' hits the market with ... trends now
A heritage listed property in Bendigo, Victoria, where Priscilla Presley once stayed, has hit the market for an eye-watering $3million.
Located two-hours from Melbourne, the grand split-level home, called 'Villa Belgravia', boasts six-bedrooms and six-bathrooms.
Priscilla, 77, called the sprawling 763 square metre pad her 'home' while she was in Australia last year to launch the Elvis: Direct from Graceland exhibition, dedicated to her late husband.
A vintage property in Bendigo, Victoria, where Priscilla Presley once stayed, has hit the market for an eye-watering $3million, reports the Herald Sun. Pictured
Built in 1869, the gorgeous home was bought in 2010 for $840,00 and turned into luxury apartments. Offers on the site will close February 13 reports the Herald Sun.
Retaining much of its old world charm, the beautifully preserved home features cast lacework, timber flooring, coloured glass windows and cast-iron open fireplaces.
Other highlights include a wide wraparound verandah, and two self-contained suites.
Located on the lower ground level, both suites feature a kitchenette, bathrooms and separate access.
Priscilla Presley (pictured) called the luxury pad her 'home' while she was in Australia last year to