This is the Redding, CT estate of Pierre F. Lapeyre, Jr. and Laurie H. Lapeyre. Mr. Pierre F. Lapeyre, Jr. is a Co-Founder and Senior Managing Director of Riverstone Holdings LLC and Carlyle/Riverstone Global Energy and Power Fund IV, L.P. He joined the firm on March 1, 2000, is based in New York and is responsible for sourcing and negotiating investments, as well as post-closing financial structuring and monitoring. Mr. Lapeyre was a Managing Director at The Carlyle Group and focused on investments in the energy and power sectors. He became a General Partner of Magellan Midstream Partners LP in June 17, 2003.
The home sits on a piece of land that measures 23.41acres. The main house has 6,798 square feet of living space, plus 2,250 square feet from the finished basement, and 784 square feet from the guest cottage for a total of 9,832 square feet of total livable space. The home has 6 fireplaces, 5 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, and 3 half bathrooms. There has also been an addition of a tennis court and pool house, as seen in the aerial photos, since the BEV imagery was taken. The mansion was purchased in 2006 for $6,900,000. The home is currently appraised at $5,672,900, according to property records. This is one of the most expensive homes in the town of Redding, Connecticut.
Previously, Mr. Lapeyre was a Managing Director of Goldman Sachs in its Global Energy & Power Group. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1986 and spent his 14-year investment banking career focused on energy and power, particularly the midstream, pipeline and oil service sectors. Mr. Lapeyre’s responsibilities included client coverage and leading the execution of a wide variety of mergers and acquisition, IPO, strategic advisory, and capital markets financings for clients across all sectors of the industry. While at Goldman Sachs, he served as sector captain for the midstream and pipeline and oil services segments, led the group’s coverage of Asian energy companies and was extensively involved in the origination and execution of energy private equity investments on behalf of the firm. Mr. Lapeyre was responsible for managing Goldman Sachs’ leading franchise in Master Limited Partnerships. He was also asked to lead the group’s agency and principal investment effort in energy and power technology. At Goldman Sachs, Mr. Lapeyre had relationship and deal execution responsibilities for a broad range of energy clients including Amerada Hess, Anadarko Petroleum, Cross Timbers, Gulf Canada, Kinder Morgan, Koch Industries, Kuwait Petroleum, PDVSA, Phillips, Santa Fe International, Schlumberger, Transocean SedcoForex, Unocal and Western Gas Resources, among others. He has been a Director of Williams Energy Partners LP, and Capital C Energy LLC. Mr. Lapeyre serves on the Boards of Directors at Legend Natural Gas, LP, Stallion, Topaz Power Group, LLC, Cobalt, Niska, Titan, Moreno, Dresser, Kinder Morgan, Targe, Titan Operating, Three Rivers, Dynamic Offshore, Dynamic Industries, Collingwood, Green Earth Fuels, Quorum Business Solutions, SemGroup, InTank Corp., CDM Resource Management, Ltd., Gibson Energy, Enduro, Northern Blizzard, and Frontier Drilling. His prior Board relationships include Belden & Blake Corp. since July 2004, Seabulk International Inc., since September 2002, and Mariner Energy, Inc. Mr. Lapeyre also served as a Member of the Compensation Committee and Finance Committee at Magellan GP, LLC. He served as a Director of CDM Max.
Mr. Lapeyre received his B.S. in finance and economics from the University of Kentucky and his M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.