Over the past twelve months, residents have become more familiar with the neighbourhood than ever before, prompting a surge of sales activity among young families and downsizers determined to secure their future in Mosman.

Local agents all agree the most desirable area for buyers is close to the village and its lifestyle amenities, but with the tree lined streets off Belmont Rd all tightly held, finding a home in this coveted pocket is an uphill battle.

Until now.

Dream house: Family buyers are ready to fight for this rare Harbour St, Mosman gem.

Perfect family living. 3 Harbour St, Mosman.

3 Harbour St launches today with Sydney prestige agent Michael Coombs, who is already fielding calls ahead of its first open this Saturday.

Describing the property as a “classic Mosman beauty”, Mr. Coombs says the five-bedroom residence has active buyers excited thanks to its location and size.

3 Harbour St is close to everything in Mosman!

“Houses just don’t come up for sale in Harbour St,” he says, “it’s a quiet and family friendly street that has everything literally on your doorstep.”

“Living on this street means you don’t have to get in the car for anything because you can walk absolutely everywhere.

“For families, there is no better location in Mosman.”

Mr Coombs says 3 Harbour St is fully renovated, with “not a thing” to be done to the property.

Your new life starts now! 3 Harbour St is a “classic Mosman beauty”, says Michael Coombs.

The five-bedroom home blends period charm with updated designer interiors creating a private and functional family residence.

Features include formal lounge room with marble fireplace; gas kitchen with walk-in pantry and breakfast bar, loft retreat, floating timber staircase, polished floorboards, plantation shutters, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, front gate security system, and under house storage.

Mr Coombs said he already had virtual viewings liked up for expats currently based in Hong Kong and Singapore.

“They are prepared to buy sight unseen,” he said. “There are still a lot of expats overseas who want to come home and want to secure a home to come to.”

The property is due to go to auction on March 6, with a guide of $4.8 million to $5.2 million.

For more info contact Michael Coombs