A very attractive 8m fronted character semi in a central Mosman location, this property is accessed through a pretty front garden and has Wow factor. A large living area flows out to an NE entertaining deck and stairs down to a rustic garden leading under house to a practical rumpus room and laundry/storage. A level garden would be preferable but less than a 1 km to Balmoral Beach, this is rare. The 2 middle level bedrooms overlook the deck which could be problematic with a young family with late night entertaining. The formal sitting room at the front of the house does provide a separate living area but could be used as a 4th bedroom. The 30m master bedroom upstairs has separation from other bedrooms and has a Northerly view of North Head over the roof tops and features a well laid out practical bathroom, plenty of storage and walk through dressing area. There is a great sense of space and separation with the property spanning 3 levels. With the rear bi-fold doors facing North and the side of the terrace East facing there is plenty of light spilling into the living spaces and bedrooms. Traffic during Summer can be congested for short periods of the day at the end of the street but rush hour traffic has been minimised with traffic signs at Spit Rd. The main negative is lack of on site parking but there seemed to be parking at time of the inspection.
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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]