Onetime Ike and Tina Turner home gets a fresh face
The onetime home of ’60s soul duo Ike and Tina Turner has been remodeled and flipped back on the market in View Park at $1.448 million.
The refreshed interiors maintain the 1956 house’s Midcentury Modern vibe with a double door entry and flagstone fireplace. The ornate front doors were custom-made for Tina Turner.
The living, dining and family rooms have an open floor plan that connects to the all-new kitchen. There are also four bedrooms and five bathrooms within the nearly 3,000 square feet of indoor space. The master suite features a walk-in closet and direct access to outdoors.
An irregular-shaped custom pool is the centerpiece of the private and secluded rear patio, which includes a cabana and a fire pit lounge area.
The property changed hands last year for $870,000.
Among the Turners’ hit songs was “Proud Mary,” for which they won a Grammy. In 1991 they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Tammy Faecher and Branden Lowder of Keller Williams Beach Cities are the listing agents.
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