A 25m pool running half the length of the home is a highlight and hard to miss. This frames an open floor design featuring enormous front and rear living areas separated by a large kitchen and punctuated by a large alfresco entertaining terrace. The building has a sense of welcoming as you walk up the front stairs combined with the concrete offering a feeling of strength. The party piece is the idea of separating the bedrooms upstairs with two bedrooms accessed via the rear stairs cleverly linked by a study area. The master is accessed via front stairs and is enormous featuring beautiful North facing views and a well proportioned ensuite. This is very private with a family of young children.
The South facing yard is functional and overlooked by a practical entertaining area with privacy provided by bamboo and and hedges. The South aspect is not such an issue in this property due to the clever use of windows viewing the entire length of the pool.
Overall, a well presented and large home in a prestige area of Mosman. It is a fairly vigorous walk to the shops but reasonably near Middle Harbour Public School. Special mention must be made of the 4 car garage featuring large storage and room for a large gym.
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Welcome to the property market update for Sydney’s Lower North Shore, Winter 2019. Much like most of metropolitan Sydney, the Lower North Shore property market has experienced decreased stock levels this winter which has translated to a lower number of sales and marginal price movements. Price growth has only slightly increased in most Lower North ...[read more]