Looks like married comedians Tom Segura and Christina “P” Pazsitzky are searching for funny new pastures. The hosts of the popular “Your Mom’s House” podcast have flipped their nearly-new Pacific Palisades home onto the market with a $6.85 million pricetag, a few hairs above the $6.7 million they paid for the place barely a year ago, back in December 2019. Since then, however, the couple have announced their decision to leave L.A. in favor of Austin, Texas, the new home base for an increasing number of ex-SoCal comedian transplants.
Described as a “custom modern farmhouse” in the listing, the nearly 6,000-square-foot mansion was completed in 2016 and has already been resold three times since. The home’s first owner, beer heiress Romaine Orthwein — she’s a great-great-granddaughter of Anheuser-Busch founder Adolphus Busch — only held onto the place for a short while before flipping it to Tim and Tricia Stone, he the former Snapchat CFO who subsequently became CFO of Ford Motor Co. before leaving to join software firm ASAPP.
The next (and current) owners were Segura and Pazsitzky, who don’t appear to have made many changes to the house beyond the typical redecorating and furniture refresh. Listings held by Alexandra Pfeifer of Sotheby’s note that behind a smoked-glass driveway gate lies an attached garage with a whopping 1,100 square feet of space — not included in the home’s total square footage — with ample room for four cars. There’s also a very petite front yard with a sloped patch of grassy lawn and some tall perimeter hedges for privacy.
Spanning three full floors, the boxy house offers a modern, California-cool aesthetic with crisp white walls and ceiling punctuated by recessed LED lights, in addition to French oak hardwood floors and stylish bifold glass doors that blend the indoors and outside.