The property has views of North Head and is on the market with a $7.5 million guide.
THE former CEO of McDonald’s Australia, Catriona Noble, and husband Simon have put their incredible Mosman home on the market.
The family purchased the property which a DA for a brand new home in 2007 for $3.075 million.
Mr and Mrs Noble then built an Alex Popov home with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a garage for four cars six years ago.
Listed a private treaty sale with The Agency — North’s Dino Gatti, the four-bedroom home has a $7.5 million guide.
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Mr Gatti said the property was on the best properties on the street.
Catriona Noble was McDonald’s Australia for four years, she is currently ANZ’s managing director for retail distribution.
“It is a real standout, there isn’t really anything like it on the street,” he said.
Mrs Noble has had a long association with McDonald’s including four years as the CEO and managing director of its Australian operations.
The role made her the first woman to head a national McDonald’s business in any major market around the world.
Her and husband Simon, even met while they flipped burgers together at the fast food franchise as teenagers.
Currently she is ANZ’s managing director for retail distribution — a role she has held for three and a half years.
The designer kitchen has plenty of storage.
The living rooms is surrounded by the pool and flows out to a large entertainment area.
Sitting on a 524sqm block, their property has views across North Head and is easy access to nearby Balmoral.
The home’s features include a C-BUS system programmed to control a sound system, heated flooring and the pool and spa.
The designer kitchen has chef’s grade European appliances and an espresso machine.
At the rear of the property is a self-contained studio and outdoor entertainment area, including a stunning pool and water feature.
Since the property launched, Mr Gatti has been inundated with interest from a mix bag of local buyers including downsizers, upsizers, families and executive couples.
“It is not an overly big home, but it feels a lot bigger than it does, which is what a lot of people are looking for, especially something low maintenance,” he said.
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