A stunning mansion with a rich history steeped in the grocery industry is on the market and you can take a virtual tour below.

A Home With a Rich History

Bernard H. Kroger built the home (or we should say "had the home built") in 1928 for his daughter, Gretchen Kroger Barnes Graf, right after he sold the controlling interest of the Kroger Company. If your grandparents or great-grandparents shopped at Kroger, they may have contributed just a bit to this fabulous home.

According to Cincinnati Magazine, the home is on the National Register of Historic Places thanks to its artful representation of the Colonial Revival Style, which draws on Georgian, Federal, and Dutch Colonial styles.

13 Acres of Beauty

The home sits on 13 beautiful acres with "heirloom trees, deep woodlands, and exceptional garden terraces" according to the listing. There's a one-acre lake with a fountain, dock, and cascading water settings.

Inside, you'll see some of the home's original craftsmanship like floor-to-ceiling bookcases, carved 18th-century mantels, ornate woodwork, hand-crafted wrought iron doors, and custom lighting and chandeliers.

The home features eight bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms in its more than 10,000 square-foot floor plan. It's currently listed for just under $6 million.

The Official Stuff

The historic 'Kroger' home is located at 9575 Cunningham Rd, Indian Hills, Ohio. Renie Dohrmann of Sibcy Cline Hyde Park is handling the listing.

Step inside - take a look at the pictures below.


The House That Groceries Built - Peek Inside the Kroger Mansion

This historic home in Cincinnati was originally built by Bernard H. Kroger for his daughter Gretchen in 1928.

Its unique architecture places it on the National Register of Historic Places.

Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

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