44 Cabramatta Road Mosman NSW 2088

Ultra Stylish and Easy Living


3 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

1 carspaces

Exceeding all expectations, with around 200 sqm of internal living space, this stunning home has been seriously re-designed to meet the needs of contemporary living.

The free-flowing floor plan features polished walnut floor boards, high ceilings and abundant natural light - its a property totally in tune with today's relaxed style of living and will appeal to both families and empty nesters.

A generous living room with gas fireplace leads to a vast open-plan casual living and dining area with integrated designer kitchen.

Full width concertina doors open to entertaining deck, and private landscaped garden - complete with children's cubby house.

The master bedroom includes walk-in robe and ensuite - whilst the two additional oversized double bedrooms offer built-in robes.

A second designer bathroom, study and French laundry complete the package.

Other features include; European appliances, Caesarstone benches, reverse cycle air conditioning, internet/Foxtel connection, large under-house storage area/wine cellar and alarm security system.

Rear lane and remote security gate offers the potential to reinstate the off-street parking.

Close to local schools, shops, cinema and Mosman Village - this stylish and attractive home will meet the needs of discerning buyers.

Property Features

Quiet Location • 


Mosman is a suburb on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Mosman is located 8 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Mosman.

Mosman is named after Archibald Mosman (1799–1863) and his twin brother George, who moved onto a four acre land grant in the area in 1831. They were involved in shipping, and founded a whaling station on a bay in the harbour, which became known as Mosman’s Bay. George subsequently became involved in grazing, but Archibald continued with whaling activities. By 1838, he owned 108 acres (0.44 km2) along the Mosman waterfront.