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The death of the American singer Lisa Marie Presley was confirmed this January 13, 2023 at night, the person in charge of making the confirmation was his mother Priscilla Presley. The body of the singer and daughter of the also deceased Elvin Presley was found in the bathroom and taken to West Hills Hospital and Medical Center in Los Angeles where she died.
Her death occurs just almost three years after his son Benjamin Keough committed suicide in a mansion that he had to sell after the event.
The property where Keough, 27 at the time, took his own life was located in Calabasas, Californiaand had bought it just a few months before the death of his son.
Lisa Marie Presley purchased the property in March 2020 for $1.8 million. Finally sold it in March 2021 for nearly $2 million and in a deal outside the real estate market.
Since the property never entered the real estate market, there are not many details of its interior and what it looked like after the death of the young man.
What is known is that it was built in 1989 and its main house has an extension of 3,582 square feet distributed in five bedrooms, four bathrooms, hall, living room, main room, bar, dining room, kitchen, laundry room and other amenities.
In addition to the main house there is a garage with capacity for two vehicles.
Outside the property has extensive green areas with a terrace, swimming pool, spa area and other spaces to enjoy the outdoors. One of its main characteristics is that from several points you have a view of the area where the property is located.
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