Lisa Marie Presley rented a mansion in Calabasas as her last home
The rock-and-roll scion Lisa Marie Presley suffered a massive cardiac arrest at her home in Calabasas just four days after she returned from Graceland, where she celebrated her icon father's 88th birthday, and just two days after attending the Golden Globes with her mother, where Austin Butler won for his hip-swiveling portrayal of Elvis.
Presley had been through a difficult period in his life. The following year, she finalized a bitter, years-long divorce and custody dispute with her fourth ex-husband Michael Lockwood after her son Ben Keough took his own life over the summer of 2020.
Presley sold the Calabasas home where her son shot himself off-market for $2 million in early 2021. She moved into a rented mansion on the semiremote outer edge of Calabasas in a guard-gated enclave. After her housekeeper discovered her unresponsive, emergency services were called. As a result, Presley's first ex-husband, Danny Keough, arrived home shortly after to administer CPR. Keough and Presley have lived together for quite some time, and Keough administers CPR until paramedics arrive to transport her to the hospital.
Presley's rented residence was acquired by the current owners for almost $3.5 million in the fall of 2021, according to Rich Report, and marketing material describing the almost 7,500-square-foot stone-built home describes it as a “One-of-a-kind New England style chateau.” It was listed with Lilach Depas of Equity Union Real Estate at the time as a six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath home down a quiet cul-de-sac.
Presley lived in luxurious comfort in her home, which featured soaring ceilings, polished wood floors, and beamed ceilings, but it is unknown how much she paid each month. Additionally, there is a home theater, a great room with a gourmet kitchen, breakfast area, family room, and solarium, plus a spacious double-height foyer. A bi-level bedroom features a sitting area with fireplace, a separate study/massage room, a huge walk-in closet, and a deluxe bathroom where Presley was found by her housekeeper.
In addition to a freeform dark-bottom pool with a spillover spa, the backyard was lushly landscaped for privacy with views of the surrounding hills.
At the time of her death, Presley was 54 years old, 12 years older than her father when he died of a cardiac episode in 1977. She once owned a home in Hidden Hills, now owned by Kardashian. The model/actress Riley Keough and fraternal twins Finley and Harper Lockwood survive her mother, Priscilla Presley. The bodies of Presley and her son Ben will be interred at Graceland.