Buyer made his most wanted list
Case closed: David Boreanaz, who stars on "Bones" as an FBI agent, has sold his Hollywood Hills compound for $2.6 million, the Multiple Listing Service shows.

The traditional two-story house and detached guesthouse sit on about a quarter of an acre in the hills above the Sunset Strip. The main house has a vaulted living room ceiling, a combined eat-in kitchen and family room, and an upstairs master bedroom suite with city views. The guesthouse, which could serve as an art studio or media room, has a bar and upstairs bedroom and office. In total, there are three bedrooms, 3-1/2 bathrooms and 3,152 square feet of living space. The property has sitting areas with fire pits, a swimming pool with spa, an outdoor kitchen and a fireplace.

Boreanaz, 41, plays agent Seeley Booth on "Bones" (2005-present) and has served as a producer and director on the Fox crime drama, which has been renewed for a sixth season. He played the title role in "Angel" (1999-2004), a character he spun off "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997-2003).

Benjamin Shapiro of Coldwell Banker Hancock Park South had the listing, according to the MLS, and Victor Kaminoff of Keller Williams Realty, Beverly Hills, represented the buyer.

Actress ready for a scene change

British actress Alex Kingston and her husband, German writer Florian Haertel, have listed their Hollywood Hills home for $3,995,000.

The original 1964 bungalow was redesigned by Paul Hinckley into a modern house of glass, wood and concrete with 4,257 square feet of living space. The entry opens to a living room with a high Douglas fir ceiling and a two-sided fireplace. There are six bedrooms and 6 1/2 bathrooms. A swimming pool hugs the back of the house, which sits on nearly half an acre with city and reservoir views.

Kingston, 47, gained the attention of American television audiences with her portrayal of Dr. Elizabeth Corday on "ER" (1997-2009). She has appeared on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (2009-10), "Doctor Who" (2008-10) and "FlashForward" (2009-10).

Steve Frankel of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills, and Barbara Tenenbaum of Coldwell Banker's Beverly Hills East office have the listing.

Hancock Park gets a new 'Gossip'

"Gossip Girl" writer and co-executive producer Josh Safran and his husband, producer Ted Alexandre, have purchased a Hancock Park area property for $2.75 million.

The English country-style house, built in 1929, includes a formal dining room, a den with a fireplace, a breakfast room, an updated kitchen, four bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms in about 4,200 square feet.

Safran's show, the CW's "Gossip Girl" (2007-present), will return in the fall for its fourth season.

Alexandre was a consulting producer on "Valentino: The Last Emperor" (2008) and has worked on visual effects for films.

Jeff Yarbrough of Keller Williams Realty, Beverly Hills, represented Safran and Alexandre. W. James Simpson of Teles Properties, Beverly Hills, had the listing.

Comic film legend Marx his spot