Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers’ Williamstown property hits market
Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers’ Williamstown home has officially hit the market, and it could sell for less than what it was bought for.
The property at 40 Power St has now been listed on realestate.com.au, after a sign appeared out the front of the stylish home last month.
Ms Rogers was charged with 56 counts of being an agent corruptly receiving a benefit, and dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception earlier this year.
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The former chief of staff to fallen NAB boss Andrew Thorburn and her husband bought the trophy home with a NAB mortgage for $3.8 million, weeks before her exit from the bank in December 2017.
It’s now listed for an expressions of interest campaign, closing July 4 and with a $3.5-$3.8 million price guide.
An indoor-outdoor pool, with two retractable glass walls and a spa, is a highlight of the stylishly renovated Victorian home.
Four bedrooms and an arched hallway at the front of the 1880-built residence have been restored to retain period charm.
A modern extension comprising an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, plus a second living space, study, garage and pool has been added at the rear.
The extension was designed by Damian Rogers — the architect behind Williamstown’s renowned Leaf House, which last year sold for $2.55 million.
The house occupies a big 1012sq m block.