Domino's Don Meij sells Clayfield to downsize

Domino's Don Meij sells Clayfield to downsize
Domino's Don Meij sells Clayfield to downsize

Domino’s Pizza downsizing head Don Meij has sold his Clayfield house for $3,125,000.

It cost him $3.75 million. The Clayfield home went on the market as the business offshore growth sees him spend more time overseas with 1400 stores in six countries.

“The Clayfield home is a large, historical beautiful home on a big property and does take more to upkeep," the spokesperson advised.

"As you can appreciate with Don’s travel commitments, this wouldn’t always be that easy.

"I can confirm he still lives in Brisbane and is still very much a local ‘Brisbanite’.”

The New England style home, Plymouth in Riverton Street was bought in September 2013.

Leigh Kortilang of Ray White Ascot sold the 1,619 square metre property to buyers from GREENSLOPES.

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