Property of the Week: See inside the classic Federation home reimagined for contemporary Mosman living.
By ANNA USHER.
It’s a classic Mosman beauty that sits proudly in a premier locale – and when you take a wander down this quiet, family friendly street, you can’t help but notice its picture-perfect façade and manicured gardens.
There’s no doubting this elegant Federation bungalow punches way above its weight, but the real magic happens when you step over the threshold.
41 Countess St is a house thoughtfully designed for easy, low maintenance family living.
It’s the kind of place, listing agent Priscilla Schonell says, that immediately feels like “home”.
“The property is a true family home in every sense of the word,” Priscilla tells Mosman Collective.
“Not only is it immaculate inside and out – the house is one of those coveted Mosman properties with commanding street appeal.
“And that’s just for starters.”
With three generous bedrooms, open plan living/dining and a media room, the immaculate property is light filled, with a spacious and well-equipped kitchen to impress any home cook.
For car lovers, a spacious double garage ticks every box, providing convenient entry straight into the property.
The home’s large attic storage area (3.7 x 5.2m) is also a real bonus, said to be the envy of neighbouring properties.
The residence also features a level rear garden, bathed in glorious northern sun – and a covered outdoor entertaining space.
“The current owners use the backyard all year round,” Priscilla says, “it’s the perfect spot for weekend gatherings and alfresco dining with family and friends.”
Situated close to child-friendly Countess Park, the home rests in a blissfully quiet Mosman enclave that’s popular with growing families.
“Countess St is a prized location because it’s beautifully serene, and also incredibly convenient to everything,” Priscilla says.
“It’s a gorgeous pocket of Mosman that boasts some stunning homes on a wide street.”
Providing the ultimate lifestyle investment for busy families, 41 Countess St is within walking distance to Middle Harbour Public School, with Bridgepoint shopping just moments away.
“The property is positioned mid-way between the Cremorne Orpheum cinema and Balmoral Beach,” Priscilla says, “plus, the 243 bus to the city is right on the doorstep.”
“There’s really not much more you could ask for.”
41 Countess St, Mosman has a price guide of early 3 millions. Inspect Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11:00-11:30am. For more information contact Priscilla Schonell:
AUCTION SATURDAY 15 JUNE
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