Former Goldman Sachs Partner buys California Mansion

Alan Waxman, former Goldman Sachs Partner spends millions on new home in Northern California.

Former Goldman Sachs partner Alan Waxman and his wife, Charlotte, have purchased a five-bedroom, six-bath home in Atherton's Atherton Park subdivision. Originally listed at $12.55 million, the couple paid a reported $11.3 marking a 10% drop from asking.

The Waxman's will be moving from their San Francisco apartment designed by Arthur McLaughlin & Associates Inc. to the 11,863-square-foot Italian Renaissance home. Menlo Park developer Pacific Peninsula Group built the mansion in 2009 on a full 1-acre lot with an in-home theater and swimming pool.

Mr. Waxman left Goldman Sachs in late 2008 to 'build a debt investment' team for TPG. This according to a letter to investors obtained and reported by Reuters in May 2009. The firm, formerly Texas Pacific Group, is a Texas based private equity firm with offices in SF, NYC and other major cities around the globe.

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