It may not be the waterfront Miami condo that we're used to seeing him in, but “Dexter” star Michael C. Hall has recently listed his six-bedroom, six-bathroom gated Southern California home for sale. The 5,618 square foot Spanish Colonial residence sits in the hills of Los Feliz, up above the central region of Los Angeles, and boasts a price tag of $4.5 million.
The two-story home, which was built in 1923, has undergone extensive restorations to bring out the full splendor of its original charm. From its beautiful beam ceilings to the abundance of oversized windows offering no shortage of natural lighting, this property offers a roomy and open living area with an abundance of space.
The brightly lit dining area opens up to the highly modern kitchen, upgraded with professional stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, enhanced lighting, and a sizable island perfect for preparing even the biggest meals. With two sinks, a double oven, and even a wine cabinet built into the refrigerator, this kitchen just about offers it all.
On the second story you'll find the capacious master bathroom, completely with an equally impressive en-suite bathroom looking out over the treetops and the surrounding area. Between the bedroom's alluring wood-beamed ceilings and the bathrooms huge glass-front shower and freestanding classical tub, you may never want to leave.
Out back of the main residence you'll be welcomed by the spacious pool deck and clear-blue lap pool, perfect for escaping the summertime heat. The pool area is enclosed by the tree line on the far end, the detached thee-car garage on the left, and the separate guest home on the right. Altogether, this design offers up plenty of privacy from the outside world - just the way that Dexter would prefer it.
All-in-all, this charmingly elegant Spanish-style compound is perfect for anyone who wants the exquisite privacy sought after by a famous television star, or by television's most-beloved serial killer. Don't worry – there aren't any glass slides of blood hidden inside of the air conditioner, and if the $4.5 million price tag makes you squeamish, Hall is also offering the property for rent at the rate of $18,000 per month.