Five reasons to secure a Sydney apartment at the exclusive Mosman residence, Ashton

Located on Spit Road, this private sanctuary is the epitome of luxury with 14 residences meticulously planned

Five reasons to secure a Sydney apartment at the exclusive Mosman residence, Ashton
Ashton, Mosman. Image: Supplied

Set in the heart of one of Sydney’s most prized harbour enclaves, Ashton is a brand-new addition to the Lower North Shore.

Located on Spit Road, this private sanctuary is the epitome of luxury with 14 residences meticulously planned.

Designed by A+ Design Group, Ashton was the winner of the Sydney Design Awards 2020.

Urban takes a look at five reasons you should consider an apartment at Ashton.

1. Developed by Sun Property

Since its inception in 2010, Sun Property has grown an enviable portfolio of projects, specialising in premium boutique residences and mixed-used developments across Sydney’s Lower North Shore.

The developers create engaging places that boast exceptional urban amenities and a quality lifestyle.

Sun Property is a property development company which is dedicated to the creation of quality residential projects

2. Luxurious Residences

Graceful in design and presence, each of the boutique apartments beautifully captures the essence of Mosman’s proud cultural heritage.

The architects, A+ Design Group, have tailored the space with light, geometry and proportion, with a unique identity and careful considerations.

The Hamptons-inspired interiors provide a canvas for each residents’ personal flair.

3. Lower North Shore Location

Ashton sets a new standard for burgeoning developments in Mosman, with a prime position delivering convenience and a community feel.

The development is surrounded by the backdrop of Sydney Harbour and its national park and is just footsteps from the vibrant Mosman village scene.

This includes its beaches, art galleries, grand historic homes, café culture and direct transport to Sydney’s CBD.

4. Impressionist-inspired Architecture

Ashton’s architecture is influenced by the narrative of an impressionist painting.

The project is named in honour of Julian Ashton, a well-established artist in both oils and water-colour known for his romantic figure-paintings and his Australian landscapes.

Artists' camps flourished around Sydney Harbour in the 1880s and 1890s, mainly in the Mosman area making it "Australia's most painted suburb", and its iconic shoreline has captured the hearts of many of Australia’s most famous artists.

5. Resident Amenities

The Mosman development features communal amenities for its residents and generous living areas.

Apartments flow into an expansive outdoor terrace or wintergarden, as well as a rooftop garden with views overlooking Sydney and Mosman’s surrounding streets.

Among its other features include ground-floor commercial space, basement parking, lift access and full security.

Residences in the complex begin from just $845,000.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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