See inside this retail tycoon’s former Ohio mansion on sale for $3.95M

The former home of retail industry leader Les Wexner is on sale for $3.95 million.

The mansion, located at 361 N. Parkview Ave. in the Columbus suburb of Bexley, has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms and sits on nearly five acres of land, according to its listing on Sothebey’s International Realty. The home is approximately 8,037 square feet, meaning its on sale for around $491 per square feet.

Wexner is a billionaire and the chairman and chief executive officer of L Brands, which serves as the parent company to a number of big-name retail chains including Bath & Body Works, Victoria’s Secret and others. Wexner also started The Limited, a women’s clothing company which he eventually sold.

Wexner’s former home in Bexley also has five car garages with a guest apartment above them, according to the mansion’s listing. The home’s master suite has vaulted ceilings, a fireplace and a second-floor screened-in “sleeping porch,” the listing states.

The home was built in 1917 and the five acres it sits on also has multiple pools, a stream and a bike path. Real estate agents David Powers and Barbara Belford in Bexley are the representatives listed for the property.


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