Robert David Hall of "CSI" fame is selling his hilltop estate for $2.395 million.

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Actor Robert David Hall, known for playing coroner Albert Robbins on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” is asking $2.395 million for his chic midcentury-modern home in Sherman Oaks, California.

Built in 1966, the one-story estate takes full advantage of its hilltop spot and boasts an open floor plan with a wall of windows that maximize the view. The 3,614 square feet of living space includes a living room with a fireplace, a dining area lined with built-ins, three bedrooms and 3.25 bathrooms.

(Daniel Dilanian via TNS)
(Daniel Dilanian via TNS)
(Daniel Dilanian via TNS)
(Daniel Dilanian via TNS)

A skylight tops the gourmet kitchen, which has marble countertops and custom cabinetry.

The master suite opens directly outside, where a saltwater pool sits at the center of a patio. Except for a palm tree, views of the valley are uninterrupted.

Hall, 70, starred in 326 episodes of “CSI” stretching from 2000-15.