Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers lists Williamstown trophy home

Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers lists Williamstown trophy home
Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers lists Williamstown trophy home

Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers and husband Anthony have put their Williamstown trophy home on listing websites with an accompanying official price guidance.

It was previously an off-market offering.

The couple are seemingly resigned to make a loss on the Power Street property that cost $3.8 million in late 2017.

It is now being marketed with a $3.5 million to $3.8 million price guide with offers due July 4.

The 1800s Victorian has four original era bedrooms and two bathrooms off an arched hallway at the front of the house. 

The rear of the home has been architecturally renovated, featuring a modern open plan kitchen, a retreat, living room and third bathroom.

There's an indoor pool with its own climate controlled pavilion at the rear of the 1,010 square metre plot.

RT Edgar Inner West agent Joanne Royston has the listing.

Rogers, who was the chief of staff for former NAB boss Andrew Thorburn, was charged in March with 56 counts of being an agent corruptly receiving a benefit, and dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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