We've seen an Elvis house and a Johnny Cash home sell for big bucks before, now the Honky-Tonk Hall of Fame is representing three homes with a connection to Elvis and Johnny Cash. On eBay right now there are listings for both a 270 acre farm that belonged to Elvis and a home that Johnny Cash lived in from 1957 to 1960. The 270-acre Nashville farm was owned by Elvis and his father, Vernon. It has five ponds and a cabin that was built in the 1940s. The Honky-Tonk Hall of Fame is also representing the Ft. Hood, Texas home that Elvis and his family lived when Elvis joined the Army.
The Elvis farm is advertised at $3.7 million and the Cash home is listed at $975,000.