Broadcaster Steve Liebmann is selling his Mosman home with a price guide of $3.8 million-$4.18 million.
THE former host of Channel 9’s Today Show, Steve Liebmann and wife Di, are the latest high-profile couple to put their Mosman home on the market.
The Liebmann family have owned the Federation home for the past 40 years and now have plans to downsize.
On the market for $3.8 million-$4.18 million, the property is listed with McGrath Mosman agents Priscilla Schonell and Georgia Lawrence.
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Mr Liebmann began working on Today in 1982 at the beginning of the breakfast TV revolution. He stayed there until 1987, when he left to join Channel 10.
The Mosman home has a north facing rear aspect.
After a few years at Channel 10, Mr Liebmann returned to Today in 1990 to present alongside Liz Hayes and later Tracey Grimshaw. His second stint on the program lasted 15 years until he stepped down in 2005.
The popular broadcaster has also worked with Foxtel and 2UE.
Sitting on 540 sqm of land, the Liebmann’s home has a north facing rear, allowing the garden to have year round sun.
While the home has three bedrooms, there is the option to convert another room into a fourth bedroom.
Ms Schonell said the property was a perfect example of a character Mosman home.
‘The condition of it is immaculate, it has a beautiful feel with that lovely Federation character present,” she said.
Steve Liebmann and Tracy Grimshaw hosting Today on Channel 9 in 1996.
The home still contains many Federation detailing.
The marble crafted eat-in kitchen has a gas cooktop, a stained window and plenty of storage space.
Other features include airconditioning and a double carport.
Scheduled to go to auction on November 3, the home is expected to be popular with downsizers, executive couples and small families.
“The home is all on one level and has a low maintenance garden, which will suit both downsizers and executive couples,” Ms Schonell said.
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