David Wallace’s Mansion From ‘The Office’ Sparks $6M Bidding War

By Sarah Paynter

Michael Scott isn’t the only one staking out David Wallace’s house.

This colonial six-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion spanning 6,300 square feet in Pasadena, California, sparked a bidding war, with competing offers escalating above its $6 million asking price, according to listing broker George Penner of Deasy Penner Podley.

“We had significant interest and the property is now in escrow — over the asking price with multiple offers,” Penner told The Post.

The home’s exterior was immortalized on television in NBC’s “The Office,” but it’s notable even without the memory of Wallace, played by Andy Buckley. In the episode, his character pitches a toy vacuum called “Suck It” to Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell, while they soak in Wallace’s hot tub.

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