'La La Land' ties Oscars record with 14 nominations

Michael C. Hall wraps up his act in Los Feliz, selling compound for asking price

Michael C. Hall, known for his starring role on the memorable TV series “Dexter,” found a homebuyer willing to pay the exact asking price of $4.85 million for his Los Feliz compound. No slashing required.

The Spanish Colonial Revival-style house, set behind gates and hedges, sits on more than a third of an acre and includes a guest house and a swimming pool. There’s also a separate three-car garage.

The updated 1920s home has such picturesque details as arched windows, beamed ceilings and wrought iron work.

The foyer opens to a formal living room and a den with built-in bookshelves. Both have fireplaces. Barn-style doors separate the living and dining room areas.

A modern center-island kitchen, six bedrooms and six bathrooms are also within the 5,618 square feet of space. The master suite features ceiling beams, large windows, a soaking tub and a glass-enclosed shower.

A patio overlooks the pool, gardens and lawn.

Hall, 45, won a Golden Globe for his role as Dexter Morgan on the Showtime series “Dexter” (2006-2013). Before that, he appeared on the HBO series “Six Feet Under” (2001-2005).

Of late, he’s been starring off-Broadway in “Lazarus,” which features music from the late David Bowie’s final album, “Blackstar.” Hall is also working on a one-night-only tribute, “Radiohead: Obsessed,” to be performed next month in New York City.

The newlywed, who married writer Morgan Macgregor on Leap Day, bought the house three years go for $3.825 million.

Jeff Kohl and Josh Myler of the Agency were the listing agents. Jackie Smith, also with the Agency, represented the buyer.

Twitter: @LATHotProperty

Copyright © 2017, Los Angeles Times