Kirstie Alley Sells Los Feliz Villa for $7.8 Million

By Kirsten Chuba

The actress purchased the six-bedroom property in 2000 for almost $3 million.

Kirstie Alley has parted with her Los Feliz estate after more than two decades.

The actress sold her six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in an off-market sale for $7.8 million, represented by Juan Longfellow and Louise Leach of real estate firm Deasy Penner Podley. The 6,958-square-foot house was constructed in 1931 by architect Armand Monaco, who built the Italianate villa-style home for restaurateur and hotelier Victor Hugo Aleidis, whose Victor Hugo restaurant in downtown Los Angeles was a popular destination during the 1920s and ’30s.

The property sits on nearly an acre of land and features a swimming pool, a pool house, grottos and a turtle pond, and Alley kept ring-tailed lemurs as pets in a shaded cage on the front lawn. Other touches include broad terraces, Corinthian columns, a circular entrance gallery and an antique carved marble fireplace, ending with a long gated driveway.

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