Actor D.W. Moffett sells Beachwood Canyon home

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Actor D.W. Moffett and his wife, Kristal, have sold their longtime Beachwood Canyon home for $1.75 million.

The 1926 Mediterranean, designed by architect John DeLario, has four bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms in 2,506 square feet. It sits on a third-acre lot with a heated swimming pool and a walled garden.

The formal living and dining rooms have French doors that open to the pool, patio and garden areas. There are wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and den. The kitchen is vintage in style, and the original tile bathrooms have pedestal sinks, walk-in showers and tubs.

Among design details throughout the house are wrought-iron fixtures, coved archways and beamed ceilings. The Moffetts used the maid's quarters as an office.

A television, film and stage actor, Moffett, 54, has had recurring roles in the NBC sports drama "Friday Night Lights" (2008-09) and the CW's "Life Is Wild" (2007-08) and "Hidden Palms" (2007).

The Moffetts spent 14 years in the house but decided to move closer to their horse stables so the family of four can ride more often. They also will have more room in the new home for their rabbits, geese and chicken menagerie.

Their Beachwood Canyon home came on the market in April at $1,895,000. According to public records, they purchased the property in 1998 for $775,000.

Rose Ware and Terry Canfield, both of Prudential California Realty's West Hollywood office, represented the sellers and the buyers.

lauren.beale@latimes.com

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