Kirkoswald House is a Georgian Colonial home. It has the ambience of a stately rural retreat, yet sits in the heart of Mosman and is only a short stroll to Chinamans and Balmoral Beaches.
The block is 2,163sqm, and has dual-street frontage. The magnificent grounds have heritage value. The gardens have been landscaped by Annie Wilkes.
The home has been sensitively restored with interiors designed by acclaimed designer Thomas Hamel.
A versatile family home, the floorplan includes five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a grand office.
The fourth bedroom is in its own wing and has a private entrance, making it ideal for guests.
The formal lounge and dining rooms open through French doors onto the garden, and contain a gas fireplace.
The more informal family living zones open, again through French doors, onto an intimate, sandstone-flagged courtyard containing a tranquil water feature.
The Carrara marble and stainless steel themed kitchen has Ilve appliances and a breakfast bar.
Modern finishes throughout the house include plantation shutters, skylights, integrated sound, air-conditioning and a sandstone cellar.
A pool and spa are hidden away behind box hedges and pergolas.
Wide, traditional sandstone-flagged verandahs surround the house.