In the market for a Silicon Valley pad? Seen a bunch of nice places but holding out for one that nails every single item on your wish list, including 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, a pool, a putting green, and a sense that "Some illegal sh*t definitely went down here"? The consider today your lucky day.
Whitman, the founder of Whitman Capital LLC, is currently serving a two-year sentence for profiting on trades on Google and video-conferencing company Polycom based on illegal tips. That opens up his five-bedroom, six-bath mansion for its next well-heeled owner. This isn't the first time Whitman has put his mega-abode on the market. Last year he was looking for $21.988 million for the manor house, which shares its tidy 1.73-acre lot with a solar-heated heated pool, an outdoor kitchen, and a putting green. The price drop amounts to $1.288 million, a few grand more than the $935K a U.S. District judge ordered Whitman to forfeit upon his guilty verdict.
Make him an offer A-SAP.