ABC broadcaster lists Mosman home for $6 million

ABC broadcaster lists Mosman home for $6 million

ABC broadcaster Dr Rachael Kohn and her property developer husband Tom Breen are selling Mosman home with a $6 million guide.

The listing comes after the couple paid $9.9 million for a four-bedroom Balmoral European-inspired home at the end of last year. They formally took ownership of that property, just before Christmas.

The property is listed as a private treaty sale through LJ Hooker Avnu’s Michael Coombs and Gotch Real Estate’s Paul Gotch.

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Mr Coombs said the campaign had got off to a flying start, with more than 20 groups inspecting the property on the weekend.

“We’ve seen a huge increase in numbers compared to this time last year,” he said.

The Federation home sits on a dual access 499sqm block on Redan St and has views of Balmoral and Middle Harbour.

Mr Coombs said the home is on a quiet street in the heart of Balmoral.

“It is a great family home and because it is low maintenance, it will attract downsizers and empty nesters,” he said.

CoreLogic records show that the couple paid $3.75 million for the home in 2007. The property also has an open plan kitchen/ family room with French limestone floors that flow out to an outdoor terrace.

The marble kitchen also has gas stainless steel IIve appliances, while the main bedroom has a sitting area, ensuite and walk-in wardrobe.

Dr Kohn joined the ABC in 1992 and presents programs on religion and spirituality for ABC Radio National including The Spirit of Things.

She also released a number of books including The New Believers: Re-imagining God.

Mr Breen has been the CEO of Breen Property since 2007. He also founded the Waste Management and Disposal Centre and was the managing director of Status Resources Australia, a mining company for 26 years until 2006.

The couple are listed as diamond patrons of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, with donations totalling $50,000 plus per annum.


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