Michael C. Hall, principal of hit TV renaissance shows Six Feet Under and Dexter, let his residence in Manhattan go at a loss this spring. The condo changed hands in the second week of April, closing at $4.1 million.
The actor and singer, who’s been as busy with his Broadway-founded band Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum as he has been slashing his way back into the hearts of a confused 21st century America in the Dexter revival, purchased the property for $4.28 million in early 2016 after putting his Los Angeles home up for sale. For a brief period after purchasing it, Hall had it up for rent at $13.5K per month.
The two-and-two is located in the Greenwich Lane complex, where Major League pitcher David Cone and rocker Jon Bon Jovi have also owned properties. Its interior living space measures 1,586 sq. ft. Highlights of the condo include a master bath clad in marble tile, and the kitchen, which is outfitted with commercial-grade hardware. Wide-plank hardwood and beamed ceilings are among the property’s details.