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Tina Turner at her home in View Park, California circa 1972.

The mid-century home features front door handles that are molds of Tina’s hands. The Family Room includes a waterfall with a pond and a wet bar with a built in fish tank. The Master Bedroom has an elevated pedestal for the bed with multi colored overhead lighting. The Turners sold the home in the late 1970′s after their separation. The house was so well-preserved that it was used for the filming What’s Love Got to Do With It (1993), a film loosely based on Tina Turner’s life. 

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Grand entrance to the “House of Tomorrow,” designed by Krisel & Palmer

The home is prominently featured in the video, “Marshmallow World" (above) by Rue Magazine. See more about the historic home in our previous post.

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