The second-largest home in Franklin County has sold to the founder of Charley's Grilled Subs.

Charley and Sungae Shin paid $2.065 million for the Dublin Road home. The Franklin County Auditor's site lists the home at 26,748 square feet, making it second only to Les Wexner's 43,817-square-foot New Albany mansion. Larger yet is the 57,000-square-foot estate of Tami Longaberger outside Nashport, Ohio, which is listed at $9.85 million.

The second-largest home in Franklin County has sold to the founder of Charley's Grilled Subs.

Charley and Sungae Shin paid $2.065 million for the Dublin Road home.TheFranklin CountyAuditor's site lists the home at26,748 square feet, making it second only toLes Wexner's43,817-square-foot New Albany mansion. Larger yet is the 57,000-square-foot estate of Tami Longaberger outside Nashport, Ohio, which is listed at $9.85 million.

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The Shins bought the homefromIberia Bank, which took it over after former owner ThomasParenteau was convicted of bankfraud, taxconspiracy and other crimes. The home was built by home builder Don Ettore in 1990 and vastly expanded by Ettore in the late 1990s.

The 6.6-acre property on the Scioto River includes a pool house,boathouse,two-apartment guest house,docks,a sunken clay tennis court with stadium lights, a croquet court, a shuffleboard court andan in-ground swimming pool. In all, the estate features 16 bedrooms, 26 bathrooms, 11 kitchens and a five-story elevator. Annual taxesare $115,912.

Shinfounded Charley's Subs in 1986at Ohio State University. The chain now includes more than 500restaurants in 47 states and 20 countries.