Is Kirstie Alley the latest celeb to flee California?
It might appear that way after she unloaded the longtime Los Feliz abode she’s lived in for over 20 years.
Alley, who turned 70 in January, sold the West Coast property on April 12 for $7.8 million, property records show. She initially purchased the home for $3 million in 2000.
Property records also indicate no other homes are owned by the actress in California. If the sale does mark her departure from the state, she’d be joining a string of expat celebs. Recently, Gene Simmons revealed he was leaving the Golden State for Nevada, blaming high taxes and the constant wildfires. Billionaire Elon Musk also fled Cali and now resides in Texas.
The sale took place after Alley received backlash from fellow celebs following her public endorsement of Donald Trump for re-election last fall.
The Post has reached out to her reps for comment.
The six-bedroom, seven bathroom Mediterranean villa-inspired mansion is a designer’s dream with plenty of full pops of color.
Privately situated on almost an acre of land, the home features a heated swimming pool, a pool house, grottoes and a turtle pond. It also has decadently colored Victorian wallpaper throughout the mansion.
Renowned architect Armand Monaco built the opulent Italianate 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.
Other features of the 6,960-square-foot, three-story home include panoramic Canyon views, a spa, hardwood flooring throughout, carved wood-burning fireplaces, a wood-paneled library and a chef’s kitchen with white-marble countertops.
A well-known Scientologist, Alley currently owns multiple properties in Clearwater, Florida, where the Church of Scientology is headquartered.