The popular Showtime series Dexter airs its final episode this Sunday, wrapping up the show’s eight seasons. Star of the show, Michael C. Hall, is also embracing change when it comes to his personal life, as he has just put his Hollywood Hills home on the market.
The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky and Josh Myler appeared on OMG! Insider to give a tour of Hall’s home, which is a sensational 1926 Spanish Revival/Hacienda compound poised privately on a 14,000-square-foot lot with up-close, backyard views of the iconic Hollywood sign.
Hall is not the first notable actor to have occupied the home. Actor Ronald Colman, one of the most famous actors of the 1930s, also lived here at one time.
Features of the nearly 4,600-square-foot compound include a wine room, library, media room and a master bedroom suite with a private terrace over-looking the internal garden; all specs and décor that give the space a timeless, old-style Hollywood feel.
Most noteworthy, however, as Umansky and Myler discuss during the tour, are the large scale living spaces and dining room with “beautiful, gigantic windows,” as Myler notes. As Umansky shares, the home is “truly magical.”
To view the home’s listing via The Agency, please click here.