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The singer Tina Turner, who lost her life at the age of 83, will be honored in style because what was her last mansion will be transformed into a museum to keep alive the great legacy she built throughout her successful career.
Although she remained in retirement in the last years of her life, the one known as the Queen of Rock & Roll was never forgotten by her faithful followers, who still continue to interpret some of her greatest hits.
The house in question is located far from her native United States and it is that the interpreter of ‘The Best’ renounced her American nationality to adopt the Swiss one and thus be able to become what would end up being her last home.
He still lives on the property Erwin Bachher husband, who could move soon to make way for the museum in homage to the extremely talented artist.
The information about the transformation of the house was released by various Swiss media, although no one from his close environment has yet spoken about it.
His residence, which is made up of 10 structures and from where you have beautiful views of Lake Zurich, is located in the quiet community of Kusnacht. They would have paid for her the amount of $76,000,000 dollars.
The property, also known as Chateau Algonquinis located in a lot of 240,000 square feet and enjoys a terrace, extensive green areas, swimming pool with its respective spa area, steam room, pier, among many other amenities.
The interior details are unknown, since this part of the house has never been shown to the public, although its fans have already decorated the exterior of what was its last home with hundreds of flowers.
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