A Bidding Conflict Is Brewing for David Wallace’s Mansion From The Workplace


It was an honor to be invited to the house of chief monetary officer David Wallace—who was performed by actor Andy Buckley—a lot that not even all the staff of Dunder Mifflin from the beloved TV sequence The Workplace bought to go. Now think about having the possibility to personal it. The massive six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion situated in Pasadena, California, is up for grabs, and homebuyers are decided to shut the deal.

The eating room.

Picture: Cameron Carothers

At present, the house’s asking value is round $6 million {dollars}, however patrons are apparently keen to pay nicely above that quantity, leading to a serious bidding struggle. “We had vital curiosity and the property is now in escrow—over the asking value with a number of provides,” itemizing dealer George Penner shared with the New York Submit.

The pool space.

Picture: Cameron Carothers

Ever for the reason that pandemic, it has change into a vendor’s market with so many trying to buy a house, and if in case you have the capital to get this home, why not? Plus, you may depend on it to final because it was initially inbuilt 1925 and designed by architect Lucille W. Luckhardt. You can also’t go improper with all of the pure lighting all through the property, because of the plethora of French doorways in almost each room.

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For these curious to know which elements of the not-so-humble abode made it to the present, you’ll be excited to know that there’s a library, sizzling tub, and a pool identical to within the hilarious episodes. The one variations are, the precise options are means nicer and there’s no loud drumming in sight from Wallace’s child. Phew, Michael Scott would completely approve.

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