Entertainment Music Elvis Presley's Memphis Addresses Share PINTEREST Email Print Music Oldies Major Artists Genres & Styles Top Picks 60s Hits 70s Hits Rock Music Pop Music Alternative Music Classical Music Country Music Folk Music Rap & Hip Hop Rhythm & Blues World Music Punk Music Heavy Metal Jazz Latin Music Learn More By Teresa R. Simpson Teresa R. Simpson is a freelance travel journalist and the author of "Memphis Murder & Mayhem." our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Teresa R. Simpson Updated June 07, 2019 During the 29 years that Elvis Presley made his home in Memphis, he lived at a grand total of nine different addresses. Today, some of these addresses are nothing more than empty lots but at some, Elvis' former homes still stand. On the pages ahead, see these addresses and how they look today. 01 of 09 370 Washington Street (c) 2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com Elvis and his family moved into a boarding house at 370 Washington Street in 1948. This was the family's first home in Memphis. Today this address is nothing more than an empty lot with overgrown weeds and a chainlink fence. 02 of 09 572 Poplar (c) 2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com The Presleys moved into another boarding house at 572 Poplar in 1949. Their rent was reportedly less than $10 per week. Now this address is a parking lot adjacent to a downtown business. 03 of 09 185 Winchester Avenue (c)2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com The Presleys moved into their Lauderdale Courts apartment on Winchester Avenue in 1949. Lauderdale Courts was a low-income housing project and the Presley's paid $35 per month in rent. They lived there until 1952 when their income exceeded the maximum amount allowed. This apartment can now be rented for the night for fans who want to sleep where Elvis did. 04 of 09 698 Saffarans (c)2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com When the Presleys lost their low-income housing, they moved into a rooming house at 698 Saffarans where they stayed for the next few months. Today that house is gone and there is an empty lot where it once stood. 05 of 09 462 Alabama (c)2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com Elvis and his family moved into an apartment at 462 Alabama in 1953. It was right across the street from Lauderdale Courts and they lived there until 1955. Now, as you can see from the photo, there is an interstate where the home once stood. 06 of 09 2414 Lamar (c)2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com The Presleys lived in this home at 2414 Lamar for a few months in 1955. Though the home still stands, it is no longer a private residence but a business. 07 of 09 1414 Getwell (c)2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com This home at 1414 Getwell was the last of the rentals for the Presley family. They lived here from September 1955 until March 1956 and reportedly paid a rent of $85 per month. This location is now a business in a strip of shops on Getwell. 08 of 09 1034 Audubon (c)2006 Teresa R. Simpson, Licensed to About.com Elvis bought this house at 1034 Audubon for his family in 1956 for $29,000. They lived there for just one year when Elvis bought Graceland due to an increasing need for privacy. The house still stands today and has had eight owners since the Presley's lived there. 09 of 09 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard Photo by Mike Brown/Getty Images Elvis bought Graceland in 1957 for $102,000 from Ruth Brown Moore. The purchase price included "trading" in his Audubon Drive house. Graceland was Elvis' final home in Memphis and is where he died in 1977.