One of Mosman’s most significant homes has officially hit the market, dazzling bullish buyers with spectacular views over iconic Balmoral beach.

The tri-level, architectural masterpiece at 13 Waitovu St sits just 70 metres from the sand, boasting almost 500 square metres of bespoke and timeless interior space.

Owners Bruce Rolph & Judi MacCormick are downsizing after more than two decades at the coveted location.

“We bought Waitovu St in 1999 after searching for a family home a pram’s walk from the beach,” Bruce told Mosman Collective, “but it was also important to have water views and space to grow.”

Reimagined by Tina Engelen in 2013, the six-bedroom, five-bathroom property is one of Australia’s most sophisticated beachfront resorts providing the very best in luxury living, listing agent Priscilla Ouvrier said.

“This home offers lifestyle excellence inside and out, from the tropical aquarium with its colourful fish and beautiful corals, the 2,000-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar with an adjacent tasting room, or the teenage retreat with full-sized billiard table opening onto a lush rainforest,” she said, “it adds a slice of Great Barrier Reef to this beachside setting.”

Built to exacting standards and jam-packed with discreet, high-end fixtures and fittings (including a hand-made travertine stairwell with a Bocci articulated glass pendant), 13 Waitovu St also features a sound-proof music room, designer kitchen with Butler’s pantry, and three huge decks overlooking those views.

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“It’s wonderful to go to sleep with the sound of water rolling onto the beach, and to wake up from the Master Bedroom to see amazing dawn horizons with the native birdsong of Kookaburras, Lorikeets, Magpies and Butcherbirds in our backyard,’ Bruce said, “they’re sights and sounds you never tire of.”

Something else the new owner of 13 Waitovu St won’t tire of, is access to parking on one of Sydney’s busiest beaches.

“The home has parking for four cars – which is worth its weight in gold at Balmoral,” Ms Ouvrier says.

“There is a double garage and large driveway behind an automated security gate. It’s great for family and friends in an area where parking is often difficult to find.”

Price guide $11.5 million.

13 Waitovu St, Balmoral goes to auction on Saturday 18 September at 12:45pm.

For more info contact Priscilla Ouvrier or John Welch at Di Jones Mosman.

*This property is available for private viewing and is also available to see via digital inspection according to current government regulations. This property is scheduled to go to auction and will be live-streamed on Zoom. All in-person viewings will be between the agent, and one additional person. All necessary measures have been put in place to ensure the health and wellbeing of all parties.

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