Crain’s Chicago Business: Former McDonald’s CEO Lists Downers Grove Home with a Two-Plane Garage

Ed Rensi is asking $1.3 million for the $5.4-acre property.

For home buyers looking for a new place with a two-plane garage, you’re in luck. A former McDonald’s CEO and current Forbes columnist has officially listed his Downers Grove home.

The 5.4-acre property is currently owned by Ed Rensi, who resigned as CEO of McDonald’s USA in 1997 after launching the first Ronald McDonald House and developing the Chicken McNugget. He’s asking $1.3 million for his home, which includes an indoor pool, movie theater, extensive gardens and a hangar for two small planes. It also boasts four bedrooms, six baths and about 10,500 square feet of actual living space.

Rensi’s mansion is the first house on Kearney Road in the Brookridge “aero-subdivision,” where all homes share a private airport. This isn’t the first time he’s tried to sell this property—Rensi first listed it for $2.5 million back in 2014.

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