McDonald's chief buys Glebe broom factory home

McDonald's chief buys Glebe broom factory home
McDonald's chief buys Glebe broom factory home

McDonald's Australia's chief Andrew Gregory and his wife Ann have bought a former broom factory in Glebe after selling in Turramarra.

The couple have lived in Turramurra since 2013 when they paid $1.93 million for the five bedroom home with an all weather tennis court, plus pool with spa and gazebo on its 1050 sqm grounds. It's asking price was $2.695 million.

Gregory started at McDonalds as a teenager in 1992 and worked his way up to be the chief in 2014.

The couple have paid $3.985 million for the 1890s-era terrace and the adjoining factory which was bought from filmmakers Deborah Barlow and Martin McKenna.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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