MALIBU—The house from the FOX television series “The O.C.” is on the market for $6.25 million. The ‘Cohen’ home is not actually located in Newport Beach, Orange County, but Malibu.

Situated on 4.45-acres of state parklands, the gated Mediterranean-style villa offers residents complete seclusion, along with an additional stronghold of a 6-camera security system.

"The O.C." house in Malibu
“The O.C.” house in Malibu

The 6,376-square-foot home, which was built in 2002, includes six bedrooms, seven baths, an office, a sunroom, a library and a formal dining area.

The chef’s kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances and opens up to a bright breakfast area.

The airy space spills out onto a sun-soaked patio, which offers views of both the mountains and the Pacific Ocean from either the infinity pool and spa or the outdoor dining area. Fans of “The O.C.” may be disappointed that the real ‘Cohen’ estate does not have a pool house.

The actual infinity pool of "The O.C." house
The actual infinity pool of “The O.C.” house

The listing agent of the home and its iconic facade is Amy Alcini of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The trip down memory continues as “The O.C.” makes headlines this week by bringing characters to life through The Unauthorized O.C. Musical set to debut one night only in Los Angeles at The Ricardo Montalban Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday August 30.

The cast of The Unauthorized O.C. depicted above the original characters
The cast of The Unauthorized O.C. depicted above the original characters

Co-creators Jordan Ross and Lindsey Rosin, who are also the masterminds behind Cruel Intentions: The Musical, have decided to bring “The O.C.” to Los Angeles by choosing to focus on the pilot episode all while integrating iconic music into the show from all four seasons. Tunes like Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah,” Mazzy Star’s Into Dust and of course, Phantom Planet’s “California” will transport the audience back to their favorite key moments.

Only a handful of tickets are still available for tonight’s hour-and-a-half show based on FOX’s fictional teen drama, which focused on the world of four teenagers in the midst of high society. “The O.C.,” created by teen drama guru Josh Schwartz, ran for four seasons between 2003-2007.