Elvis Presley’s Childhood Home is Up for Auction

The house he lived in with his parents in Mississippi before his "King of Rock and Roll" status has been deconstructed and preserved so buyers can take it wherever.

Elvis Presley’s childhood home is up for auction.  The house he lived in with his parents in Mississippi before his “King of Rock and Roll” status has been deconstructed and preserved so buyers can take it wherever.   The home is being auctioned by the Chicago-based high-end firm Rockhurst Auctions. The minimum bid is set at $25,000. The estimated value of the house is reporting between $50,000 to $75,000.