Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan lists Mid-century modern Mosman home

Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan lists Mid-century modern Mosman home
Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan lists Mid-century modern Mosman home

Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan has listed her Mosman home for September 28 auction with $3 million to $3.3 million price hopes.

It is a classic 1960s Mid-Century modern-style home on an 820 square metre block marketed as worthy of a clever renovation.

Despite its obvious charm, the lack of any heritage protection has also prompted the Di Jones listing agency to suggest there was the “potential to knock down”.

Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan lists Mid-century modern Mosman home

Its top floor street-level space has the living and dining area that opens onto the balcony with a leafy outlook. The lower level offers four bedrooms.

It was built by Len and Dorothy Crawford. She served on Mosman Council between 1965 and 1980, with a six-year break midway.

Tynan and her then-partner Liam Timms bought it from the Crawford family in 2011 for $1.8 million.

Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan lists Mid-century modern Mosman home

Windward Avenue had been an unnamed dirt track with a handful of houses until the mid-1950s.

Tynan, who began her career as a snow reporter at Thredbo, joined Sky in 2004, having previously been at the ABC.

She is the grand-niece of John O’Grady (pseudonym Nino Culotta), who wrote the best-selling They’re a Weird Mob.

Tynan is ambassador for the Sister2Sister teenage mentor program with the Life Changing Experiences Foundation.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph. 

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