Located less than a 5 minute walk to Bridgepoint Shopping Centre and Mosman Oval this property is in Mosman Central with Bus stops nearby as well. A tidy 3-4 bedroom home with parking, this property would benefit from a second level extension and an opening up of the rear into a kitchen living area. The land size is consistent with average land sizes in Harbour and Vista St. Whilst a DA has been approved we have not reviewed the approved floor-plans. Due to the forward orientation of the property the rear yard is large and will be able to accomodate rear building extensions. At time of morning visit the yard was bathed in sunshine even though facing West. Current floor plan, whilst dated with no open living area is still functional but main bedroom has nearby bathroom but this serves as shower for entire home as other toilet is a WC accessed through the laundry. With an approved DA in place it is difficult to critique current layout as they may have been addressed in the DA. Upon completion of an extension upstairs and to the rear downstairs, the property would offer considerable living space with parking and a great garden in a desirable part of Mosman.
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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]