Explore Mosman, Sydney With Michael Coombs

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The residential crowd is made up of…mainly families with kids, retirees, and executive couples.

The community vibe is…close knit and casual with a strong emphasis on community involvement and children’s education with over 16 elite schools to choose from. The Mosman café and restaurant scene grows from strength to strength with locals spilling out onto the sidewalks and devouring Sydneys finest coffee.

The lifestyle offered is…enviable. Mosman is surrounded on three sides by the waters of Sydney Harbour. It boasts one of the highest taxable incomes in Australia and its amenities, parklands, sporting facilities, and elite schools are second to none. Yet, the residents enjoy a relaxed, casual, friendly, and family-oriented lifestyle.

The most popular building type you’ll find is…

Classic federation-style homes with elegant period features are revamped and upgraded into contemporary masterpieces, while contemporary, architectural designs of immense quality also line many of Mosman’s finest streets.

The average home price is…$2,800,000 with Mosman’s prestige homes ranging from $10 to $30 million or more.

The area’s greatest highlight is…

Balmoral Beach with its white sands and gentle shores is one of Sydney’s most prestigious bayside locations. It harbors some of the suburb’s (and arguably, the region’s) best seaside restaurants and cafes as well as parks and walkways.

The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…

It’s just a 90-minutes drive to the beautiful Southern Highlands or Hunter Valley wine region or a 40-minute drive north to Sydney’s infamous Palm Beach.

The best spots to dine fancy in Mosman are…at Balmoral’s Bathers Pavillion, which is owned by renowned chef Serge Dansereau, as well as The Public Dining Room and Ripples, which overlook Chowder Bay and Sydney Harbour.

The best spot to find entertainment is…along Mosman’s main strip, Military Road, offering all of the area’s amenities in one central area. The iconic Taronga Zoo and Balmoral Rotunda also hosts events year-round. A 10-minute ferry ride is also accessible to the Sydney CBD and Opera House to see live performances, watch the ballet, or simply sit back and enjoy the grandeur of our enviable Sydney Harbour.

The best spot to go shopping is….along Military Road or in the city to enjoy a vast range of high fashion boutiques, malls, and arcades.

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