Auction Company of America said it would accept the highest bid for Gleason's old Hialeah residence regardless of what it was, WFOR-TV, Miami, reported.
The five-bedroom ranch covers 9,000 square feet and was his home from the 1960s until his death in 1987. It was last owned by a couple who placed it in a trust.
The house is one part of an auction of Gleason memorabilia taking place Sunday. Other lots include artwork, exercise equipment and a bus driver uniform Gleason wore when he starred in the television classic series "The Honeymooners."
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