If you’ve ever wanted to live in the home of a serial killer, here’s your chance. Dexter actor Michael C. Hall has listed his home in the The Outpost Estates for $1.95 million.
According to the Huffington Post, “the mid-century style home, built in 1933, was brought back to life in 1964 by famed architect Hal Levitt, who lived in the home until 2004. The five bedroom, four bathroom property features large-scale windows that highlight the expansive canyon views and beautifully display the sleek lines of the home’s architecture.”
The property also features a gym, kill room equipped with rolls of plastic, a DNA collection kit, leather gloves and assortment of blades. Check out some photographs below, and even more by clicking here.
Photo Credit: Jeff Kohl and Josh Myler of The Agency.