Just one bidder sees Jacinta Tynan's Mosman home passed in

Just one bidder sees Jacinta Tynan's Mosman home passed in
Just one bidder sees Jacinta Tynan's Mosman home passed in

Sky News presenter Jacinta Tynan saw just the one bid for her mid-century modern-style Mosman home at its weekend auction. The home was passed in at $2.9 million.

Just the two registered bidders were spoken to at the onsite auction.

Buyers had been quoted a guide of $3 million to $3.3 million through the marketing campaign. Tynan, who has been at Sky since 2004, bought the home for $1.8 million in 2011 with her then-partner, funds manager Liam Timms.

There were Corben Architect plans for buyer perusal commissioned by the listing agency Di Jones.

The classic 1960s home sits on what was an unnamed bushland dirt track until a mid-1950s housing boom.

Set on an 820sqm block, the home with no heritage protection has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Tynan joined Sky having previously been at the ABC.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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