In the spring of 2016, the late actor and sculptor Lyle Wagoner, best known for her work in the semi-nude Centerfold of “Carol Burnett Show” (1967-19-1 on744) and less so in Playgirl Magazine, paid সৈ 3.99 for the beachfront. The property, which is listed with Gary Cucoco of R&D / Max Gold Coast, is less than two months after it was sold on Wagner’s estate.
When the actor, who died in March at the age of 84, bought a brand new, more than 4,600-square-foot beach house, it is three stories high and is served by a private elevator. The driveway has five bedrooms with extra parking, 4.5 bathrooms and a six-car garage with plenty of space for friends and family.
There are several lounges throughout the house, one with a wet bar, a stone-faced minimalist fireplace and, finally, a mixed living and dining room with a second fireplace covered in smooth wood paneling. The living / dining room opens onto a terrace with direct access to a full-walled beach with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the Chanel Islands. Arranged around a huge island snack bar, the clean-lined kitchen is centered on the main floor and provides all the modern culinary tools that any amateur or professional chef may need.
The upstairs bedrooms include a master bedroom that offers a house-wide row of windows that frames a cinematic sea view, a fireplace and a glossy tiled spa-style bathroom with a deep soaking tub shaved in pale beige marble and an extra size.
In addition to his acting career, the entrepreneurial actor founded Star Wagons in 199 W, a family-run company that leases location trailers in the entertainment industry. He maintained an extensive portfolio with homes in Westlake Village, California, Jackson Hole, Vio and Manzanillo in Mexico.