David Wallace’s House From ‘The Office’ Merges Onto the Market at Just Under $6 Million

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By Lindsay Blake

It certainly seems to be “Office” season on the Los Angeles real estate market because two notable houses from the beloved mockumentary series have recently come up for sale. First, the pad that played the residence of Toby Flenderson (Paul Leiberstein) was listed, and now the property that belonged to David Wallace (Andy Buckley) is up for grabs! Offered at $5,995,000, the listing is held by George Penner of Deasy Penner Podley.

Purported to be located in White Plains, New York on the show, in truth the Wallace house can be found at 1485 Lomita Dr. in Pasadena. In real life, it is known as the Abraham Denman Estate in honor of its original owner, Abraham C. Denman, Jr., a steel executive who had a hand in building the Arrowhead Hot Springs Hotel, which served as the visual inspiration for Lucia State Hospital on the television series “Ratched.”

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