8/6A McLeod Street Mosman NSW 2088

City and Harbour views, walk to Mosman ferry.

68

1 bedrooms

1 bathrooms

Boasting stunning close water views direct to Old Cremorne wharf and the Sydney skyline beyond, this stylish harbourside retreat offers superb indoor and alfresco living and entertaining with magical water views day and night and of course this is a dress circle location to enjoy fireworks all year round not just on New Years Eve!

Perfectly positioned on the second floor of a boutique building of only 14 apartments with easy living in mind, the open plan layout flows from the updated kitchen into the living area opening to the balcony. The updated bathroom with frameless glass shower screen includes the laundry. Lie in bed and gaze at the city skyline and be reminded that you are only a 15 minute ferry ride from Circular Quay.

Located in a well-maintained security building, in a peaceful cul de sac setting with ample street parking this apartment is perfect for discerning buyers seeking a low maintenance and relaxed lifestyle.

An easy walk to Mosman Bay or South Mosman ferry, city bus on Musgrave Street and picturesque harbour foreshore walkways this property should be high on your list to inspect before it sells to a discerning owner or investor.

Strata Report is available at no cost on request

Mosman


Mosman is a suburb on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Mosman is located 8 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Mosman.

Mosman is named after Archibald Mosman (1799–1863) and his twin brother George, who moved onto a four acre land grant in the area in 1831. They were involved in shipping, and founded a whaling station on a bay in the harbour, which became known as Mosman’s Bay. George subsequently became involved in grazing, but Archibald continued with whaling activities. By 1838, he owned 108 acres (0.44 km2) along the Mosman waterfront.