Check out Michael C. Hall's gorgeous home that the star recently re-listed for $2 million more than it's original asking price after extensive renovations.
The former Dexter star re-listed his Loz Feliz, Calif. home for a whopping $4.85 million. He originally tried to sell it in 2013 for $2.35 million.
Hall's 5,618 sq. ft. home underwent an extensive renovation adding "period finishes like arched windows, wood-beamed ceilings and low-pitched tile roofing," according to Trulia.com.
The home has a 20-foot-tall foyer.
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Hall's house has a formal living room and in informal den.
The Spanish Colonial spread has a "professional grade kitchen."
The Six Feet Under actor's home was built in 1923.
It all came back to reality though, as the real estate listing firm is The Agency, run by Kyle Richards' husband Mauricio Umansky.