Leslie Wexner Estates and Homes ( 2 )
New Albany estate
Leslie Wexner has one of the most beautiful homes in Ohio. The seven story house was originally built in 1933 for Herbert N. Straus, an heir to the Macy's fortune, who died before it was completed. It was designed by celebrated architect Horace Trumbauer. Leslie H. Wexner purchased this house in 1989 for $13.2 million and spent whooping tens of millions on restoration, art and furnishings of the mansion.
Location: The majestic mansion is located in 9 East 71st Street, New Albany, Ohio. The house is ten miles from downtown Columbus.
Accommodation: The estate is spread in vast area of 5000 acre and the house alone is built in the area of 21,000 square feet. Georgian inspired house has 30 room and the guest quarters of the property take the form of a spectacularly appointed separate structure decorated by the international designer John Stefanidis. The house has a heated sidewalk and large gardens. Those who have visited the house call it a reminder of James Bond movie, with the bathrooms hidden cleverly beneath a staircase with all the gadgets and circuitery concealed beneath a cabinet in sink. The guest house was featured in Architectural Digest.
Neighborhood: Just across the house of Wexner lies a neo-Renaissance house of Robert W. Miller.
Fireplace in the living room
The compact library
The CEO of Limited Brands Corporation owns a plush apartment at 834 Fifth Avenue, which he rarely uses with his family. Wexner bought the property in 1997 for a reported $9 million from an Italian named Eduarda Crociani.
Location: The billionaire’s splendid “Duplex apartment” is located in New York, USA.
Accommodation: Wexner’s lavish apartment features a total of 16 rooms which include five exotic bedrooms. The room’s interiors feature a fully furnished space with designer placed media niche and ample of lighting in all rooms. The well ventilated kitchen features elegant custom cabinetry with all modern electrical appliances. The beautiful bathrooms feature elegant flooring with jumbo tubs to enhance the experience of shower.
Leslie Wexner Yachts ( 1 )
This yacht is no less than a floating mansion in sea. The 96.25m (315' 9" ft) motor yacht was built by Lurssen Yachts in Bremen (Germany) in 1997. At the time of construction, the yacht was the largest in world and the first to feature a combination of diesel and diesel-electric propulsion. However, not much is known about the interiors of the yacht as Les has prohibited any kind of photography inside the yacht.
Features: The yacht's interior has been designed by Tim Heywood Design and has exterior styling by Jon Bannenberg. The yacht is one of the most luxurious one available till date. Limitless offers lodging for up to 12 guests in 5 suites consists of 1 owner cabin, 3 double cabins, 1 twin cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 20 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Spec: The yacht has steel hull and aluminium superstructure with a beam of 12.40m and a 4.40m (14' 5" ft) draft. The yacht is Limitless is capable of 25.00 knots flat out, with a cruising speed of 17.00 knots from her 400,000-litre fuel tanks.