Live next door to Michael Scott’s ‘Office’ home for $700K

Appears to be like Michael Scott is acquiring some new neighbors. 

A condominium positioned future doorway to the one specific featured on “The Workplace” has hit the market place for the initially time in practically a ten years, The Write-up has uncovered.

With the proper actual ground program of that preliminary proven in Season 2, Episode 3 — “Workplace Olympics,” which highlights Michael (carried out by Steve Carrell) buying his very first-at any time property — the three-bed room California townhouse is on sale for $699,000. 

Situated in a gated San Fernando Valley neighborhood, the residence was earlier obtained in 2010 for $300,000.

On the exhibit, nonetheless, the property was present in Scranton, Penn. — apparent all through the nation from wherein filming occurred.  

The house solely went on sale by the proprietor, Brittanny Dipla, on March 2, and is already getting a number of discover. 

“It’s the exact same actual format [as the one Michael Scott bought],” Dipla advised The Submit. “I by now had two open up properties again once more to once more and I now have presents. I’m anticipating rather more provides.”

Live next door to Michael Scott’s ‘Office’ home for 0K
The townhouse spans 1,458 sq. ft.
Brittanny Dipla
Dwight Schrute (played by Rainn Wilson) and Michael Scott (played by Steve Carrell) in "The Office" episode "Office Olympics."
Dwight Schrute (carried out by Rainn Wilson) and Michael Scott (performed by Steve Carrell) in “The Workplace” episode, “Workplace Olympics.”
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"Dinner Party" is the thirteenth episode of the fourth season of "The Office."
A shot from “Dinner Celebration,” the thirteenth episode of the fourth season of “The Enterprise.”
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The kitchen.
The kitchen space painted in yellow and purple of the neighboring residence.
Brittanny Dipla
The dining space.
An area that can be utilized as a eating area.
Brittanny Dipla
Michael Scott (played by Steve Carrell) in "The Office" episode "Dinner Party."
Michael Scott (performed by Steve Carrell) in “The Workplace” episode “Dinner Get together.”
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The living room.
The dwelling place of the acknowledged residence.
Brittanny Dipla
The "Dinner Party" episode originally aired on NBC on April 10, 2008.
The “Dinner Get together” episode at first aired on NBC on April 10, 2008.
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Dipla’s townhouse, which has been painted with sensible shades, and the townhouse highlighted on “The Enterprise workplace,” are two of 36 homes in full inside the gated group.

Spanning 1,458 sq. toes, precisely the precise space as Michael’s, capabilities include hardwood flooring, substantial ceilings, an open up kitchen with rapid entry to the storage, a official eating area with bay residence home windows and a marble hearth within the dwelling residence. 

Different perks contain a balcony within the principal suite with a skylight within the toilet to convey in natural gentle. There’s additionally a giant storage lose within the yard, in accordance to the itemizing.

One of three bedroom.
An individual of three bedrooms.
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The primary bedroom.
The principle toilet.
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The powder room.
The powder space.
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An extra room.
An extra place.
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The garage.
The storage.
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The backyard.
The yard with a storage do away with.
Brittanny Dipla

Michael’s precise condominium, which on the show itself was presupposed to be on 126 Kellum Ct. inside the Kellum Courtroom subtle in Scranton, Penn., earlier marketed in 2005 for $490,000 and has remained off the market ever as a result of. 

The townhouse went on to painting Michael’s rental within the episodes “Enjoyable Run,” “Dream Group,” “Risk Diploma Midnight” and, of program, the 2008’s glorious “Dinner Event.”

“Dinner Get together” was simply one of many present’s most well-known episodes, wherein Michael and then-girlfriend Jan Levinson (Melora Hardin) invite numerous of Michael’s fellow coupled-up employees for night meal.

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Jenna Fischer, who performed Pam Beasely and Angela Kinsey, who performed Angela Martin interviewed “The Workplace” director Paul Feig for a recap of the “Workplace Olympics” episode for his or her podcast “Workplace Ladies.” Within the episode, Feig described how the townhouse produced its debut on the exhibit.

“You most well-liked some factor that skilled ample transfer to it and openness that you just weren’t gonna be trapped in small rooms, you realize, with simply essentially partitions as your observe file,” Feig mentioned. “So what I genuinely appreciated about it’s it had that kitchen space that went because of to the again once more patio.”