Kirstie Alley, actress well-known for her roles on “Cheers” and the Emmy-winning “David’s Mother” has listed her Italian estate for close to $12 million.
The Italian villa-style home was built for restaurateur and hotelier Victor Hugo Aleidis, who owned the popular Victor Hugo restaurant in downtown Los Angeles during the 1920s and ‘30s.
Spanning 8,622 square feet, the expansive home features six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a master suite with his and hers bathrooms and two balconies that overlook an adjoining park.
Designed for both aesthetics and function, it includes a formal dining room, a music room and library. The kitchen, which has a garden-view breakfast nook, was updated by designer Nate Berkus and filmed for Oprah’s former daytime talk show.
Other luxurious amenities include three stone fireplaces, each of which was hand-carved, and imported.
Additionally, original features remain like iron hardware and windows, hand-painted frescoes and the original owner’s initials on the front doors.