Kirstie Alley lists Maine home for sale for $2.35M

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Alley's estate in Ilseboro, Maine.

Reality and sitcom TV star Kirstie Alley has listed her Islesboro, Maine estate for sale for $2.35 million, according to

The home, painted in pastel colors, is a clapboard-style house built in 1993. The property is 16 acres, with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths on the Maine island in Penobscot Bay.

According to, amenities include fireplaces, satellite television, an eat-in kitchen and porch. 

According to, Alley bought the home in 2003 for $1.15 million.

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well, that proves that having

well, that proves that having money doesn't translate into having good taste.

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David  Cote's picture

HO HO! Whatta SWEET house!

She's a real creampuff. Whoever buys it will yodel till dawn. Sit out on the deck at night and watch the stars twinkie. And four and a half baths? Finding a place to relieve yourself is easy as pie. Yep, this baby takes the cake. I'd buy it if I had the dough, but I'm just a po'boy. It's true the interior looks cheesy, but that pink paint is actually icing. Well, whoever buys it I'm sure the upside will be huge.

Kristina Gailloux's picture

Too many flowers on

Too many flowers on everything I think.

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Who ever buys it...

...has a lot of painting and wall papering to do.


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