Lisa Marie Presley’s final home has hit the market for just over $4.6 million.
Per TMZ, the home in which Presley lived until her death was completely renovated before being listed by her realtor and friend, Robb Friedman.
The daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley rented the Calabasas mansion in 2020 and had planned to purchase the property before her death on Jan. 12.
The property was the perfect spot for rockstar royalty as it features a home theatre, a wine cellar and an indoor gym.
The 7,440-square-foot mansion boasts six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a large outdoor pool and eating area overlooking a canyon.
Lisa Marie had moved into the stunning home with her twin girls, Finley and Harper, and ex-husband Danny Keough, whom she was married to from 1988 to 1994.
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The singer-songwriter was found unresponsive in the residence in mid-January after going into cardiac arrest.
When paramedics arrived, they immediately performed CPR and the songstress was rushed to the hospital.
However, she was pronounced dead just a few hours later. She was 54.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Lisa Marie had actually died due to complications from weight-loss surgery — which many of her friends knew nothing about.
According to the Los Angeles County medical examiner, the singer died of a bowel obstruction which was a result of adhesions caused by the bariatric surgery.
Bariatric surgery can create scar tissue that can strangulate the intestines, which is what happened in Lisa Marie’s case.
Sources told Page Six that Lisa Marie had been complaining of abdominal pain in the days before her death and the autopsy noted she had suffered stomach pain hours before going into cardiac arrest at her home.
While she had “therapeutic” levels of oxycodone, opioid buprenorphine — a drug used to treat addiction — and antipsychotic drug quetiapine in her system, they did not contribute to her death.