Dubbed Elvis’ Honeymoon Hideaway, this 1960 house was built by developer Robert Alexander, and while several people have been called the original architect of the home, it still hasn’t been resolved (it’s believed to have been William Krisel). After the Alexander family were killed in a plane crash, the house was leased by Elvis, hence its name. The design consists of four circles on three different levels with lots of glass and stonework.  Photo 5 of 8 in 8 Iconic Houses in Palm Springs, California