Surrounded by a collection of picturesque bays, coves and headlands, between Middle Harbour and Sydney Harbour, the luxurious address of Mosman is blessed with a handful of pretty harbour beaches and some of the best views Sydney has on offer.
Truly sophisticated, this unique suburb offers everything for the discerning resident. Heritage-listed homes, high-end shopping, a strip of fantastic cafes and restaurants, plus harbourside picnic spots, all just 8km north of Sydney over the Harbour Bridge.
Nearby at gorgeous Bradley’s Head is Sydney's iconic Taronga Zoo. This show-stopper attraction is a ‘must see’ for all ages, where the resident giraffes are spoilt with spectacular harbour views. For outdoor lovers, Mosman provides amazing bush walks through the Sydney Harbour National Park including the Taronga to Balmoral Walk. Wet your oars at the quaint Mosman Rowing Club, enjoy a relaxing family outing at Chowder Bay, or create memories for a lifetime at stunning Balmoral Beach with its meandering beachside promenade, waterfront dining and mesmerising ocean views.
If it is luxury and refinement, embraced by unforgettable harbour and city views, you are looking for then life doesn’t get much grander than the blue-chip locale of Mosman.
Growing old gracefully is all the rage in Mosman. There is a well established community of silver foxes, retirees and empty nesters, all who covet the good life in this beautiful harbour side enclave.
Locals include a healthy mix of professional couples, singles and a handful of young individuals. But it’s the affluent families in their 30s - postponing babies for later in life - that compete for the highly-sought after Mosman residence with a very exclusive price tag.
Much of Mosman’s grand Federation architecture has been beautifully maintained, with the streets surrounding Bradley’s Head boasting some of the area’s finest mansions.
Adding to Mosman’s elegance and charm are meticulously restored semi-detached houses, 1920’s red brick bungalows, contemporary townhouses and a sprinkling of older and newer-style apartments.
If it’s breathtaking water views you’re pining for, then Mosman has an abundance. Most properties showcase views that are so idyllic, they upstage the prettiest of postcard snapshots.
+ Sustainable transport options are encouraged, with Mosman being well served by buses, ferries and its free community bus, the Mosman Rider.
+ Buses along Military Road are frequent during both peak and off peak times
+ For those who enjoy a more leisurely ride to work ferry services are provided from Mosman Bay Wharf
+ With the proximity to the city and Military Road linking the city to the Northern Beaches you won't have to wait long for a taxi
+ Mosman High is a comprehensive coeducational secondary school with an outstanding reputation for academic achievement and success in the creative and performing arts.
> Mosman Public School is located in a beautiful, leafy environment in the centre of Mosman. The school operates a comprehensive and inclusive music program, with bands, ensembles, choirs and dance. We have an extensive physical education program with specialist tuition in gymnastics and swimming.
+ Mosman Prepatory is an K-6 School for boys in offering a quality allround education with many specialist classes.
+ Mosman is one of the most sophisticated shopping and dining neighbourhoods in Sydney. Designer boutiques, antiques shops and hip cafes line Military Road
+ Hotel Mosman affectionately known as, 'the duck', provides great quality entertainment and food for all.
+ The Bathers' Pavilion is the place to take visitors in Sydney. Even Sydneysiders will be quietly chuffed by the crisp, modern dining room designed to take in stunning views of Balmoral Beach.
+ Military Road is overrun with quality eateries catering to every craving, from diner style food, pub grub, Thai a plenty, Italian, Modern Australian, Japanese and many more
+ There are plenty of water sports that the whole family can enjoy at Balmoral Beach, near Mosman. Go snorkelling in the sheltered waters around Balmoral Beach, sailing or join a scuba dive course at Chowder Bay where you may be lucky enough to see the tiny sea horses that inhabit this part of Sydney Harbour.
+ For nature lovers, Mosman offers spectacular bushwalks such as the Taronga to Balmoral Walk, part of Sydney Harbour National Park
+ One of Sydney's most famous attractions, the award-winning Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals, including Australian native wildlife, as well as rare and endangered exotic animals.
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