Former ABC chairman Justin Milne lists Rozelle trophy home Erinagh

Former ABC chairman Justin Milne lists Rozelle trophy home Erinagh
Former ABC chairman Justin Milne lists Rozelle trophy home Erinagh

Former ABC chairman Justin Milne and Anna Cicognani are selling Erinagh, their Rozelle home.

They've had the home for nearly two decades, having paid $1.15 million in 2000 for an original late 1800s farmhouse with a period cottage.

No word on where to next, but Cobden & Hayson Balmain agents Danny Cobden and Samantha Elvy have a $4.8 million guide for a July 27 auction.

Former ABC chairman Justin Milne lists Rozelle trophy home Erinagh

The fully modernised home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms across its two levels, as well as a parking for four cars.

Comprising high ceilings and an Indian limestone paved terrace, the home features a private lounge and a custom office.

The ground level master wing has its own designer ensuite.

Late last year, Milne resigned from the ABC after allegations he asked for a number of journalists to be sacked after the fallout of managing director Michelle Guthrie's departure.

Milne had been in the ABC's top job since 2017. He moved to New South Wales in the 1980s having bought a film company in Sydney. He more recently had senior roles at Telstra, Microsoft and NBN.

He and Cicognani married in 1996.

In 2014 they spent $1,212,500 on a two bedroom investment home across the road that has been a $720 a week rental.

Milne previously owned houses in Balmain and Lindfield. 

The Erinagh property was the longtime 1800s home of the Toohey family who were the caretakers of Glebe Island Bridge.

This article first appeared in The Daily Telegraph.

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