Michael C. Hall has listed his house in the Hollywood Hills at $1.995 million, according to Los Angeles Times.
Built in 1933 as a Spanish-style home with a red tile roof, the house was modernized by mid-century architect Hal Levitt, who used it as his personal residence for four decades starting in 1964. Large windows bring light into the vaulted-ceiling living room. The redesigned kitchen opens to a patio with a fire pit adjacent to the backyard pool. The 3,535-square-foot house features four bedrooms and five bathrooms. There is a gym/guest bedroom on the lower level.
Jeff Kohl and Josh Myler at the Agency are the listing agents, according to the company’s website.