Inside Matthew Fox’s Manhattan Beach Digs

"Lost" actor Matthew Fox recently listed his four-bedroom Manhattan Beach crib, reports the Los Angeles Times. Fox, who garnered a large female fan base in the 1990s when he starred as Charlie Salinger on "Party of Five," has owned the Spanish-style home since 1999 when he snatched it up for $880,000.

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"Lost" actor Matthew Fox recently listed his four-bedroom Manhattan Beach crib, reports the Los Angeles Times. Fox, who garnered a large female fan base in the 1990s when he starred as Charlie Salinger on "Party of Five," has owned the Spanish-style home since 1999 when he snatched it up for $880,000.
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A view of the actor's Manhattan Beach home, which is located about three blocks from the ocean.
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A look at the entrance to Fox's oceanside abode, which was originally built in 1927.
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Fox's home spans close to 2,500 square feet of interior living space and includes hardwood floors throughout.
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The one thing Fox's kitchen isn't lacking is cabinet and storage space. According to the Los Angeles Times, the actor relocated to Bend, Oregon in 2010.
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Another view of the kitchen, which is chock full of glass-fronted cabinetry.
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A view down the home's hallway. Fox used this pad as his personal residence prior to moving to Hawaii when filming the hit television show "Lost."
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The Manhattan Beach house features two corner fireplaces and coved ceilings.
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The opposite side of the vaulted-ceiling living room boasts built-in wooden shelves. The pad is also brimming with arched doorways.
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A view of Fox's stairway, which is adorned with carved railings and colorful Spanish-style tiles.
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The entire second floor of the home consists of the spacious master bedroom. Here's a look at the large private living quarters that include panoramic ocean views.
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While Fox's house features a total of four bedrooms, the entire top floor is dedicated to the master suite with wood-beamed ceilings, a master bath, a large walk-in closet, and a fireplace.
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Future occupants of the home can enjoy the sweet views from the top-floor private balcony that wraps around the master suite.
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The west-facing home has an ideal vantage point for taking in picturesque sunsets.
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A view of Fox's patio area, which could be easily spiced up with an outdoor dining set.
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For only having four bedrooms, Fox's home comes with ample parking spaces—four spaces on the street, a two-car garage, and one space behind the garage.
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