20 David StreetMosman

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An Exquisite Home of Elegance and Grace

A beautiful Arts & Crafts style family home quietly set in the exclusive heart of prestigious Clifton Gardens, this historic 1917 residence is an offering of elegance and grace. Meticulously updated and refurbished by award winning architects Tropman & Tropman, this is a wonderful family home of pedigree and distinction.

Serene water views across to Watsons Bay are captured over the sun filled Northern garden from the expansive formal lounge and dining rooms. This home additionally offers casual living and dining spaces and a gourmet entertainer’s kitchen with CaesarStone benches and Ilve gas appliances.

A versatile floorplan offers six bedrooms and a secluded rear studio/home office with potential to be fully self-contained. The palatial master retreat comes with an ensuite, his and her walk-in wardrobes, harbour views and a private study/nursery. Established landscaped gardens include level lawns and a barbecue terrace ideal for family entertaining.

Complete with soaring ceilings, polished floors and original leadlight windows, additional features include picture rails, central heating, ample storage, two guest powder rooms and a large double garage with extra off street parking for at least one vehicle. Within moments to Clifton Gardens reserve, public transport, harbourside walks and the exclusive shops and cafes of Mosman Village, this magnificent family home is also just minutes to Balmoral Beach and excellent public and private schools.

Architectural plans for alterations & additions are available upon request.

Please contact Jonathon De Brennan on 0422 033 837 for more information.

Jonathon De Brennan

Jonathon De Brennan

(02) 9969 2886

0422 033 837

Price Contact Agent

Property Information

  • Street Address 20 David Street
  • Suburb Mosman
  • Region North Shore - Lower
  • State NSW
  • Property Type House
  • Floorplans Download

Inspection Times

  • Saturday 28 October

    2:30 pm - 3:00 pm

  • Saturday 4 November

    2:30 pm - 3:00 pm