Napa wine country home where Elvis stayed: $6.95 million
The Ink House at Hy 29 and Whitehall Lane south of downtown St Helena
A historical home in Napa Valley known as the Ink House — where Elvis Presley stayed during the filming of “Wild in the Country” in 1960 — is on the market for $6.95 million, according to Compass real estate firm.
The stunning property at 1575 St. Helena Highway, St. Helena, is the former home of early Napa Valley settler and agriculturist Theron Ink. Updated with an amazing interior design and beautiful renovation in 2017 by celebrated architect Howard Backen, the property is currently home to a luxurious boutique inn.
The two-story Italianate house, built in 1885, spans 4,660 square feet with six bedrooms and eight-plus bathrooms on a 1.23-acre lot. The price tag includes the home’s furniture and artwork, according to a Compass representative.