David Wallace’s Polished Mansion From “The Office” Spurs a $6M Bidding War
April 7, 2021 @ 4:18 pm
Calling all fans of The Office: The opulent estate that appeared on NBC’s beloved series as the residence of David Wallace, played by actor Andy Buckley, is now up for grabs. Due to its immense popularity, however, the distinguished six-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Pasadena, California, will cost the lucky buyer much more than its original $5,995,000 price.
The 6,301-square-foot property—designed in 1925 by architect Lucille W. Luckhardt—spans almost an entire acre on Pasadena’s quiet, residential Lomita Drive. The expansive estate includes a two-floor main residence and a guesthouse, as well as numerous outdoor gathering areas, a pool and spa, and a three-car executive garage. The distinguished home is now in escrow with multiple offers above its original asking price, listing broker George Penner recently told the New York Post.
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