Domino's Grant Bourke buys Seal Rocks holiday rental

Domino's Grant Bourke buys Seal Rocks holiday rental
Domino's Grant Bourke buys Seal Rocks holiday rental

Grant Bourke, the Domino's Pizza veteran executive, has purchased a beachfront retreat at Seal Rocks, on NSW's mid-north coast, with wife, Sandra.

They spent $2.3 million on the near four bedroom oceanfront that came with a $2.75 million list price through Mark Currie at Pacific Palms Real Estate.

Boasting ocean views from every room at what will be a holiday let above Boat Beach. 

The $2.3 million sale of the eco-friendly 2007 Bob Stephenson-designed residence is not the highest for the coastal hamlet, as near neighbours sold for $2.35 million back in 2005.

Just down the road, 12 Kinka Road has a $3 million plus current asking price through Unique Estates, but that has been on the market for two years by Peter Adams, the Adams Timber heir.

Until recently Seal Rocks was accessible only by dirt track. 

Grant Bourke, who sits on the board of Australia's largest pizza chain, first became a franchisee in 1993.

If Bourke gets hungry the closest outlet to Seal Rocks is around 40 minutes away at Forster.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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