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A Full Look at Tina Turner’s Worldwide Real-Estate Portfolio

House Beautiful Logo By Kelsey Mulvey of House Beautiful | Slide 1 of 6: This week, the music industry lost an icon: Legendary musician Tina Turner passed away at 83 years-old after a reported "long-term illness." While we'll always remember Turner's chart-topping hits—which, by the way, were simply the best—it turns out that she had a pretty fabulous real-estate portfolio, too. Turner might've been born and raised in Brownsville, Tennessee; but, her career really took off when she went to St. Louis, where she met former husband and singing partner, Ike Turner. As her star grew bigger, and she left her domineering husband behind, Turner amassed properties throughout Europe. In fact, she renounced her American citizenship to live full-time in Europe in 2013. "I have left America because my success was in another country and my boyfriend [Erwin Bach] was in another country," Turner said in an interview with Larry King. Best of all, her properties were reportedly designed to the nines with her Euro maximalist flair. (Stained glass? A sunken amphitheater? Lots of artwork? Check, check, and check.)To honor Turner, we're pressing play on the "Proud Mary" singer's real-estate portfolio.

This week, the music industry lost an icon: Legendary musician Tina Turner passed away at 83 years-old after a reported "long-term illness." While we'll always remember Turner's chart-topping hits—which, by the way, were simply the best—it turns out that she had a pretty fabulous real-estate portfolio, too. Turner might've been born and raised in Brownsville, Tennessee; but, her career really took off when she went to St. Louis, where she met former husband and singing partner, Ike Turner.

As her star grew bigger, and she left her domineering husband behind, Turner amassed properties throughout Europe. In fact, she renounced her American citizenship to live full-time in Europe in 2013. "I have left America because my success was in another country and my boyfriend [Erwin Bach] was in another country," Turner said in an interview with Larry King. Best of all, her properties were reportedly designed to the nines with her Euro maximalist flair. (Stained glass? A sunken amphitheater? Lots of artwork? Check, check, and check.)

To honor Turner, we're pressing play on the "Proud Mary" singer's real-estate portfolio.

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