June 8, 2012
- The Los Angeles Times reports that actor Michael C. Hall has listed his home in Hollywood Hills for sale. While it has not been reported how much he paid for the home, buyers can start moving boxes
in for $1.995 million.
Hall is best known for his roles on hit television shows including Dexter, while he also starred on Six Feet Under. Sources speculate he may be selling the home he had shared it with his ex-wife, as they divorced in late 2011.
According to the Times, the Spanish-style home was built in 1933, and while it has undergone renovations to keep it updated it still has its original red tile roof. Before Hall purchased the home, it was owned by mid-century architect Hal Levitt, who made many updates throughout his four decades of living in the house.
The home offers 3,535 square feet of living space including four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a number of upgraded features including vaulted ceilings, large windows and a fitness room. Outdoor features including a patio, fire pit and swimming pool, should have potential buyers calling for moving services
in no time.
Hollywood producer Gavin Polone selling LA home
Fans of television shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm and Gilmore Girls may be excited to hear that producer Gavin Polone has listed his Los Angeles area home for sale.
Thursday, October 04 2012 13:23
Mistakes to avoid when moving
There are many reasons why people must pack moving boxes and relocate to a new area. While hiring a real estate agent can be helpful, there are some common mistake to avoid when relocating.
Tuesday, October 02 2012 16:01