“Houses on these Mosman streets are ‘generational properties’ offering the ultimate in classic Mosman living,” local agent Alex Myers from David Murphy Residential says, “they’re highly coveted and rarely come up for sale.”
Which might just explain all the fuss surrounding 47 Prince Albert St.
Listed just 24 hours ago, Mr. Myers tells Mosman Collective he’s already been inundated with enquiries, ahead of the home’s first inspection this Saturday, 17 October.
Called ‘Atholdene’, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom property sits on the high side of Prince Albert St, surrounded by established manicured gardens and set on nearly 700 square metres.
With just two owners in its 115-year history, Mr. Myers says the double-fronted Federation masterpiece has ‘stood the test of time’. “It’s a cherished family home, built in 1906 and still timeless in every way,” he says, “the property has been extended and renovated but most importantly it’s been filled with love and laughter for more than a century.”
“Call me old fashioned, but I reckon that’s a big bonus for the new owners.”