The 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom home is spread out over 5,367 sq. feet.
Morton faced a touch of controversy when his plans to tear down the home and build something new came to light, spurring fast food chain Burger King to make him an offer for the King’s old digs.
The home's dining room is illuminated by a domed skylight.
The hillside home offers amazing views of the SoCal area, from the canyons to the beach.
Other amenities (besides the breathtaking views) include a four-car garage, a motor court, and a media room.
We can't help falling in love with this place … and according to Morton's huge come-up on the place, the new buyers feel the same way.
Hard Rock Café creator Peter Morton made out big time selling the property Elvis Presley once owned in Beverly Hills’ lush Trousdale Estates, flipping it for $14.5 million after buying it for $9.8 million a year ago, and we’ve got a look at it for you right here on RadarOnline.com.