A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity makes it possible for Rock and Roll fans to enjoy living in one of the houses where the King of Rock, Elvis Presley grew up. and where he undoubtedly achieved this part of his childhood, with the added bonus of being able to do it in the city of their choice because the small East Tupelo, Mississippi home, which was located at 1241 Kelly Street, is being auctioned off. and it has also been disassembled to be assembled wherever you want.
An unprecedented opportunity for collectors and fans of the legendary artist, as the home was completely dismantled in 2017 and has since been preserved in the best condition. The singer’s life was always full of controversy, as well as his properties and an example of this is his famous mansion “Graceland” where the musician died, in Tennessee and which today is the second most visited house in the United States .
Elvis Presley’s former home is almost 100 years old
The simple house was built in the late 1920s by “Noah Presley.” the uncle of Elvis Presley’s father “Vernon Presley”, its construction is simply basic, consisting of a wide cobalt blue wooden plank roof that perfectly matches the white window frames. While its interior only enjoys the indispensable spaces for living, a style that obviously contrasts with the present, but makes an apology to the serious economic conditions of the United States in the 1920s, when the Great Depression prevailed.
In addition to being historically and originally located very close to Elvis Presley’s birthplace, it is also very close to Elvis Presley’s birthplace. and where the singer also managed to live from 1933 to 1943, taking into consideration that the Presley family was very prolific with respect to their homes and thanks to this the rock legend lived in a handful of different houses throughout East Tupelo.
For your precise and delicate disassembly, the services of certified experts in the life of Elvis Presley were used. The auction winner will receive a complete set of furniture and belongings that accompany the structure of the singer’s childhood home. In addition to the precision of each of the pieces at the time of dismantling and a documentary on the delicate process of packing the house.
Tennessee was the home where singer Elvis Presley grew up
Long before he became known as the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley lived in this house with his parents Vernon and Gladys Presley, specifically in a short period that included part of 1943 and 1944. The construction is basic and undoubtedly denotes the characteristics and southern style of the hard and difficult era of the beginning of the century.
Currently, there is a replica of this house so that visitors can get a clear idea of the conditions and the internal and external structure of the house. The famous singer enjoyed the moments of his childhood, it is also located in Tennessee and just a few moments from the initial location where the original house was built, with an influx of tourists that has continued to grow and that follow the legend of the legendary American Rock singer.