Kirstie Alley’s estate sale starts in Clearwater

ou could own a piece of the late “Cheers” actress Kirstie Alley’s belongings thanks to an estate sale in Clearwater.

Those Two Girls Estate Sales are hosting the sale. The cash-only sale will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 1-4 and May 11-13 at 811 Cleveland Street in Clearwater. Parking for the event is available at 814 Cleveland Street.

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You can expect to see household items, tablecloths, dresses, shoes pottery, furniture and more at the sale.

Alley died in 2022 a

fter a battle with cancer. She bought a home in Clearwater in 2000 and lived there until her death.


Personal items once owned by “Cheers” star Kirstie Alley runs through Saturday at 811 Cleveland Street in downtown Clearwater.

The estate sale featuring the late actress’ items operates from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day, according to Those Two Girls, the company organizing the sale.

The sale, which is cash only, offers shoppers a chance to take home Alley’s belongings, including household items, table clothes, dresses, shoes, pottery, lighting and furniture.


“Our mom collected so many fun and unique things over her incredible life,” her children, True and Lillie Parker, told People magazine in December. “We want to share some of them with others in the hopes of spreading her love of decorating.”

A representative for Alley told People that the items available in the estate sale reflect, “Kirstie’s personal ‘I don’t give a (expletive)’ style.”

The Clearwater resident and high-profile member of Scientology died of cancer in December 2022 at 71. She was being treated at Moffitt Cancer Center.

Alley starred as Rebecca Howe on the NBC sitcom “Cheers” from 1987 to 1993, after the departure of original star Shelley Long. She won an Emmy for best lead actress in a comedy series for the role in 1991.She had her own sitcom on the network, “Veronica’s Closet,” from 1997 to 2000.

Her 7,815-square-foot, nine-bedroom, 10-bathroom Clearwater estate sold for $5.22 million after her death in October 2023, according to