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See inside Tina Turner's former Los Angeles home — it's for sale!

by Melissa Allison / / Source: Zillow

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Tina Turner left a good house in the city, and after all these years, it’s back on the market — looking a lot like the year is still 1977.

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That’s when the current owner bought it from the iconic singer and her first husband, Ike, as the famous couple was divorcing.

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The listing, for $999,000, says the four bedroom, four bath Los Angeles home was featured in the 1993 movie “What’s Love Got to Do With It.”

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The mid-century modern exterior conceals a festival of harvest gold and velvet inside.

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Enter through double front doors adorned with handles that are sculpted in the shape of Buddhist hand gestures — probably installed for Turner, who turned to Buddhism while she was still married to Ike.

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The master bedroom is a study in ’70s disco living, with velvet flocked wallpaper and a two-tiered platform covered with scarlet carpet and topped by a round master bed — which the owner told Curbed Los Angeles was there when she bought the home.

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The bed is a scene all its own, with multi-colored overhead lighting, heavy cream curtains on three sides, and a wall of mirrors on the fourth.

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The mirror on the family room ceiling is simply the best, outmatched only by an indoor waterfall and a wet bar with a built-in fish tank.

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The kitchen has what the listing calls “clean ’60s lines,” plus an avocado-colored dishwasher and a pass-through window to the living room, which boasts a stone fireplace.

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“Ready to restore to its glory days!” promises the listing by Ken Conant of Re/Max Estate Properties.

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