By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter
As clinically clean as one of Dexter Morgan’s infamous “killing rooms” actor Michael C. Hall has put his Los Angeles mansion on the market, and RadarOnline.com has photos of the beautiful modern home.
The sale is a sad side effect of the breakdown of the onscreen serial killer’s marriage to costar, Jennifer Carpenter. The couple, who play siblings on the Showtime horror hit, eloped to Big Sur, California on New Year's Eve 2008, but officially called it quits just two years later.
Located in the Outpost Estates, the Golden Globe winner’s former marital home was built in 1933, but remodeled in 1964 by architect Hal Levitt, who lived there himself for the next 40 years, reported the Huffington Post.
Meticulously decorated and designed as you would expect from an artist’s creation, the house has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and features large-scale windows that highlight the expansive canyon views outside and the shimmering pool carved into the hillside.
The stark modern décor is enhanced with warm pastel color schemes such as a pretty green bathroom and bright orange living room.