Historical Victorian Mosman residence sold

Historical Victorian Mosman residence sold
Historical Victorian Mosman residence sold

St Giles, a historical Victorian home in Mosman has sold for $3,710,000 following a late June auction.

Brendan Warner of Raine & Horne marketed the listing for the Mosman landmark. 

Once the home of William Dind, North Sydney's first Mayor, the circa 1873 home at 44 Cowles Road has retained a number of original features including soaring cathedral ceilings, central hallway, timber floors and stained glass.

It comprises four bedrooms, an open plan kitchen, family room, large dining area, raised lounge room, entertaining terrace, large separate living room, and office or 5th bedroom area.

Historical Victorian Mosman residence sold

St Giles is surrounded by manicured gardens and fully fenced secure lawns.

Other features include reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning, plantation shutters throughout and a back to base security system.

Historical Victorian Mosman residence sold

It is close to local schools, city and North Sydney transport and within walking distance to both Spit & Mosman Junction, parks, foreshore walks, café's and restaurants.

Last sold in 2011, the home transacted for $2.08 million.

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