Tina Turner was photographed at her mid-century home in View Park, California, in 1972. Her hands were molded into the handles of the front door. There is a waterfall with a pond and a wet bar with a fish tank in the family room.
The house was purchased by Ike Turner in 1963 shortly after they moved from East St. Louis, and he sold it after the couple’s divorce in the late 1970s. It was so well preserved that it was used for the 1993 biopic ‘What’s Love Got to Do With It’.
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