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Joe Rogan Lists LA Mansion For $3.2 Million, Moves To Texas After Spotify Deal

By Ryan Naumann

Joe Rogan list his Los Angeles mansion on the market for $3.2 million.

The podcast host is selling off his 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 7,573 sq. ft. mansion. Joe originally purchased the property for $2.3 million in 2003.

According to Variety, the former “Fear Factor” host bought the home with his wife Jessica Ditzel. Based on the photos, the property is incredible with a ton of crazy amenities inside for the new buyer.

The home was officially listed on real estate sites earlier this week.

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The property description reads, “Sited on over 2 acres and set behind custom secret garden gates in the ever desirable gated community of Bell Canyon this majestic French Country estate offers an emotional and unparalleled luxury throughout its grand living spaces and private outdoor acreage.”

Further, it touts, “Serene grounds including rolling lawns, glass balcony to showcase the sparkling City light view, multiple viewing points, enchanting meditation atrium, al-fresco dining and entertaining spaces complete with enticing pool and spa overlooking the sprawling mountains and valley views.”


"The dramatic floating staircase leads you to the master bedroom retreat with separate sitting room and sliding doors that lead you over a charming bridge to a private upper viewing deck. Vacant lot adjacent to the property is included in sale to make for optimal privacy," boasted the real estate agent.

Recently, Joe revealed he moved to Texas with his family. He said he is relocating his entire podcast business from Los Angeles. In a recent interview, Joe said he decided to make the move because he wanted "more freedom."


Joe told his fans he wanted to get away from Los Angeles due to overcrowding. He said, “Most of the time [overpopulation is] not a problem, but I think it’s … a real issue, when you look at the number of people that are catching COVID.”

He had fears about California being on an extended lockdown. He said, “Somebody’s gotta step in and stop them from doing that,” he said. “Lock down old people and sick people. Let regular people do whatever the fuck they want. You can’t just lock people’s freedom down for something that killed a small fraction of what you thought it was going to kill.”


Joe has quite a bit to celebrate lately. His podcast continues to be one of the most listened-to programs. Earlier this year, Spotify announced they signed a $100-million deal with him.

Per the Wall Street Journal, Joe signed the massive licensing deal to bring his podcast exclusively to Spotify. His full library became available on the streaming service in September. The contract was one of the biggest deals in podcast history and is close to reaching Howard Stern levels.

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