Well, that didn’t take long. Barely a month after they put it up for grabs, Tom Segura and Christina “P” Pazsitzky have sold their contemporary mansion in L.A.’s posh Pacific Palisades neighborhood. And the listing attracted a bidding war, too, with the winning buyer paying just over $7 million, $170,000 more than the married comedians and veteran “Your Mom’s House” podcasters were asking and $370,000 over what they paid for the place just 1.5 years ago, back in December 2019.
Though the house was only built in 2016, it’s already changed hands four times. The first buyer was Anheuser-Busch heiress Romaine Orthwein, who sold the property to veteran Fortune 500 exec Tim Stone — at the time, Stone was CFO of Snapchat, though he’s since gone on to become the ex-CFO of Ford Motor Co. and now a key player at software firm ASAPP. Stone then sold the house to the Pazsitzky-Seguras, and records reveal the latest owners are the Honorable Jay Gandhi, a high-profile former U.S. Magistrate Judge who was the first South Asian-American federal judge in California, and his wife Rana Ziaee, an attorney.
Within approximately 5,800 square feet are six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three full floors of luxury living space. Fortified from the street by a smoked-glass gate and a high-tech security system, the property includes an attached garage with room for four cars, plus a postage stamp-sized front yard with a wee lawn and privacy hedge. Inside, white oak hardwood floors flow throughout the open-plan main level, which includes formal living and dining areas, plus a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line Bosch, SubZero and Wolf appliances. An adjoining family room sports a fireplace and bifold glass doors that spill out to the backyard, which packs in a rose garden, doggy-sized lawn, and an infinity pool with inset spa.
Downstairs, the basement level has a soundproof movie theater, mirror-walled gym, and a wine cellar and separate wet bar. As for the home’s uppermost level, it stars a luxe master suite with walls of glass, a marble-swaddled bathroom, and dual walk-in closets. There’s also a rooftop deck with plenty of space for al fresco entertaining, provided your guests aren’t prone to vertigo. Long and wide views sweep over the neighboring canyon.
Segura and Pazsitzky are moving from their longtime home base of Los Angeles to the more tax-friendly city of Austin, Texas, where an increasing number of notable comedians — Joe Rogan and Tony Hinchcliffe, to name just two — have set up shop within the last few years.