Domino’s boss Don Meij has pocketed serious dough for his Brisbane trophy home.
Meij, the Group CEO and Managing Director of Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, has sold his five-bedroom, four-bathroom abode at 1A Eldernell Terrace in Hamilton, Queensland, for just over $8 million.
While the sale price is withheld on the Domain listing, agent Patrick McKinnon of Place Estate Agents Ascot tells Nine the property sold “in the mid $8 millions”.
“It was a great campaign and privilege to sell such an elegant and iconic home. We had around 60 groups through the property, multiple offers and an incredible reach across social media. The client is pleased with the result,” agent McKinnon tells Nine.
The luxurious property was scheduled for auction in May, however, after negotiations later that month it was back on the market in June with offers accepted over $8 million. The home eventually sold on June 16.
Occupying three levels, the home is an entertainer’s delight with multiple indoor and outdoor living zones including a generously sized terrace.
Situated in the upscale suburb of Hamilton, along the north bank of the Brisbane River, the property offers incredible riverfront and city skyline views.
The kitchen is something you would find in the pages of a glossy magazine with its sleek cabinetry, marble benchtops and top-notch Gaggenau appliances.
There is also a dedicated coffee and bar station, along with a wine cellar.
Should the buyer and their guests wish to break out into a sweat, they can make use of the gym (which could be transformed into an additional bedroom) or basketball court.
The interior aesthetic is luxurious with high ceilings, a neutral colour palette, statement pendant lights, floorboards and gold accents.
Hamilton is an affluent suburb known for its riverside eateries and is 6km north-east of central Brisbane.
Domain’s latest data reveals the median price for a five-bedroom home in Hamilton is $3.6 million.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor