Once home to both Lisa Marie Presley and Kirstie Alley, this Clearwater, Florida oceanside estate has hit the market for just under $6,000,000.
On the heels of both Alley’s passing in December 2022 and Presley’s death in January 2023, the 1990s contemporary home is available for a new owner to enjoy. The three-floor oasis boasts 7,800 square feet with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, plus a recently-remodeled two-bed, one-bath apartment atop the compound’s 6-car garage, and a duplex with two one-bed, one-bath units.
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The estate’s 45-foot-long rec room on its ground floor leads outdoors to the property’s heated swimming pool and spa, with other outdoor amenities including several courtyards and a recently re-built 60-foot dock. A 200-foot wall and a generous smattering of tropical plants and trees shield the house from the street, and its gated driveway adds even more privacy.
And how about a little fun fact: John Travolta once owned the property next door, which he parted with in 2021 for $4 million.
Scroll on for a peek inside the bright and airy home, and head over to Dirt for even more coverage on this oceanside estate.
Bright & Airy Entrance
The contemporary ’90s style of the Florida estate is apparent as soon as you walk through the door and enter this bright, open, airy foyer.
Open Concept With Ocean Views
The open concept continues throughout the home, and the ocean is practically invited inside with scenes of the sea lining the back wall of the multi-level house.
Spacious Sandy Kitchen
The kitchen is spacious and warm, and the home’s beachside element is embraced through the space’s sandy tones incorporated in the flooring and cabinetry.
Beach Views From the Bedroom
Another bright and airy space with plenty of windows, the master bedroom offers a breathtaking view that would be a dream to wake up to every day.
Tile-Clad ’90s-Style Master Bath
The contemporary ’90s style of the estate is perhaps most apparent in the master bathroom, which is clad in three types of tile that were very popular during the time period — glass blocks, river stone, and banker’s green marble tile.
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