Ike & Tina Turner's Former Home Is Close To How They Left It In 1977

Ike & Tina Turner's Former Home Is Close To How They Left It In 1977

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Tara Bellucci
Sep 9, 2016
(Image credit: Ken Conant/ Re/Max Estate Properties)

Ike and Tina Turner may have sold this View Park, California house in 1977, but their legacy (and some of their furniture) remains.

(Image credit: Ken Conant/ Re/Max Estate Properties via Redfin)

Many of the furniture pieces in the four bedroom home were made custom for the space, and the Turners included them in the sale. Though not everything is in its original condition; the sofa was covered in red velvet, and they reupholstered it in a neutral beige.

(Image credit: Ken Conant/ Re/Max Estate Properties)

The round bed, however, is just as they left it. In fact, the house was so well preserved, it served as the set for the 1993 biopic What's Love Got To Do With It.

(Image credit: Ken Conant/ Re/Max Estate Properties)

The family room opens onto the patio (with pool access) and has a stone fireplace, (currently non-working) waterfall with a koi pond, and wet bar with a built-in fish tank.

(Image credit: Ken Conant/ Re/Max Estate Properties)

The 2,964 square foot property is listed at $999,000.

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