Brand new when purchased by the actor, who died in March at age 84, the more than 4,600-square-foot beach house stands three stories tall and is serviced by a private elevator. In addition to his acting career, the entrepreneurial actor founded Star Waggons in 1979, a family-run company that leases location trailers to the entertainment industry. There’s certainly plenty of room for friends and family with five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a six-car garage with additional parking in the driveway. A full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows opens the living/dining room to a terrace with direct access to the beach and serene sunset views over the ocean to the Channel Islands. He maintained a sprawling portfolio with homes in Westlake Village, Calif., Jackson Hole, Wyo., and Manzanillo, Mexico.” /> Arranged around a large island snack bar, the clean-lined kitchen is at the heart of the main floor and offers all the modern culinary equipment an amateur or professional chef might require. There are several lounges throughout the house, one with a wet bar, another with a stone-faced minimalist fireplace and, finally, a combination living and dining room with a second fireplace, clad in smooth wood paneling. Over the spring of 2016, late actor and sculptor Lyle Waggoner, still best known for his work on “The Carol Burnett Show”(1967-1974) and lesser known as a Playgirl magazine semi-nude centerfold, shelled out $3.95 million for a beachfront contemporary along sleepy Mandalay Beach in Oxnard, Calif. Upstairs bedrooms include a master bedroom that offers a room-wide row of windows that frame a cinematic ocean view, a fireplace and a crisply tailored spa-style bathroom sheathed in pale beige marble with a deep soaking tub and an over-size shower. That property, listed with Gary Cuoco at RE/MAX Gold Coast, is already in escrow less than two months after it was set out for sale at $4.4 million by Waggoner’s estate.