Elvis' Secret Love Nest Revealed

INSIDE EDITION takes an exclusive tour of Elvis Presley's hideaway in Palm Springs.

At first glance it looks just like an ordinary house in the desert, but it was actually the secret love nest built for The King.

Elvis Presley bought a hillside hideaway in Palm Springs in 1970 for just over $100,000 from the founder of McDonald's hamburgers.

Now INSIDE EDITION takes you on an exclusive tour of the 5,100-square-foot home where Elvis hooked up with his secret lovers.

Only a sparse amount of furniture remains in the living room which was party central.

The bar is where Elvis entertained his buddies from his so-called Memphis Mafia. There's even a turquoise tiled shower built for four.

In the kitchen, with the original oven and vintage cabinets, you can almost smell the fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches that Elvis famously ate the day he died, exactly 36 years ago today.

And in the master bedroom everything is in red. This was a room for Elvis alone. His wife Priscilla slept down the hall.

Elvis left the building a long time ago but next month the whole place opens to the public so you can see up close where The King held court and secretly squired his ladies.