'Dexter' stars Michael C. Hall and wife Jennifer Carpenter look to make a killing
Actress Jennifer Carpenter,who stars on Showtime's murder-centric "Dexter" with her husband, Michael C. Hall, has listed her Hollywood Hills bachelorette pad for $695,000.

The 1937 California bungalow, with two bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms, was built as a hunting lodge. Surrounded by mature trees and landscaping, the cottage has vaulted ceilings, skylights and decks off the dining room and master bedroom. There is a flat lawn and canyon views.

Carpenter, 29, has played Dexter Morgan's sister, Debra, since 2006. The Emmy-nominated show, in its fourth season, centers on a forensics expert and serial killer played by Hall, 38. He also was one of the central characters in the ensemble drama "Six Feet Under" (2001-05).

She starred in the horror films "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" (2005) and "Quarantine" (2008) and will appear with John Cusack in the psychological thriller "The Factory" (2011).

Carpenter and Hall were married in December.

The listing agents are Stephen Placial of Sotheby's International Realty, Los Feliz, and Steve Clark of Deasy Penner & Partners, Beverly Hills.

Now he'll tee off somewhere else

Golf champ Fred Couples has sold his house in the Santa Barbara-area community of Montecito for $9.56 million.

The 11,000-square-foot, two-story Monterey colonial had been listed last year at $12.5 million. The main house, built in 1939, has nine bedrooms and 7 1/2 bathrooms. The 2,300-square-foot guesthouse has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen.

The 5-acre, ocean-view property includes a putting green, a tennis court, rose gardens and a swimming pool.

Couples, 50, purchased the home in 1999 for $4 million. The 15-time PGA Tour winner has relocated to La Quinta, Calif.

Sharon R. Fisher and Vickie G. Craig of Village Properties, Montecito, shared the listing with Dan Encell of Prudential California Realty, Montecito. Colleen Beall, also of Village Properties, represented the buyer.

It's something of a celeb magnet

A 1929 Los Feliz home once owned actor Cary Grant and, later, drummer Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers has come on the market at $3,495,000.

The Spanish Colonial Revival-style villa has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a media room in 6,727 square feet. Details include original stained glass and period tile.

There are gardens, a swimming pool and an attached one-bedroom guest apartment.

Grant carried bride Virginia Cherrill, his first wife, over the threshold of this house, according to "Dream Palaces of Hollywood's Golden Age" by David Wallace.

The walled property last sold in 2006 for $3.2 million, public records show.

The listing agents are Mimi Starrett and Aaron Kirman of Hilton & Hyland, Beverly Hills.