WEST HOLLYWOOD—The two-story unit in West Hollywood’s Sierra Towers once owned by the popstar Cher, and is  back on the market as of Friday, May 1.

The condo is listed for $6.495 million and still retains some of the songstress’ personal touches. She made the place her own with the help of the renowned interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard. According to Bullard, the collaboration brought “Something ethnic, spicy, and a romantic feel” to the two-story unit.

Martyn was quoted by the Agricultural Digest stating:

“If Cher hadn’t been a singer, she definitely could have been a decorator. She was very involved in the design. I’d go to her house, get up on her bed, and sit with her going through the color samples.”

With its open floor plan, it has a gorgeous view and an airy, spacious feel. The living room, dining room, and kitchen are all inter-connected and open on to the balcony that gives you a panoramic view of the pacific ocean.

Cher purchased the 2,300 square-foot home from actor Vincent Gallo for $3 million in 2006 and made a profit of $5.25 million when she sold the property in 2013.

Cher started her  music career in 1965, with husband, Sonny. Their song “I Got You, babe” was a hit, topping charts in both the UK and US. By 1967, they  sold more than 40 million records worldwide. She won an Oscar in 1988 for Best Actress for her performance in the film “Moonstruck.”