By Caroline Biggs

Published on September 12, 2016

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Photography by KEN CONANT FOR RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES VIA CURBED

Per Curbed, Turner’s old house still holds so many of the iconic performer’s old furnishings that it was used as a film set for her 1993 biopic What’s Love Got to Do With It?

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Built in 1956, the old-fashioned family room features patterned floors, stone-covered walls, and a curvy velvet sofa that was custom-built by ex Ike Turner.

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There’s even a waterfall in the living room—home to Turner’s old koi pond—and a full-blown wet bar with built-in fish tanks.

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Photography by KEN CONANT FOR RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES VIA CURBED

The mosaic tile-clad kitchen comes with old-school stained glass windows and a breakfast nook with retro light fixtures.

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Photography by KEN CONANT FOR RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES VIA CURBED

The blast-from-the-past master suite comes complete with a circular bed outfitted in velvet curtains.

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Photography by KEN CONANT FOR RE/MAX ESTATE PROPERTIES VIA CURBED

There’s even an open dining area with a hand-painted walls and a vintage chandelier. However the current owners are still undecided on whether to sell the pad fully-furnished or keep all the nostalgia for themselves!