Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions

Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions
Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions
Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions
Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions
Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions
Mosman Park, 12 Briggs Street – Low $2 millions

 

THEY say you should not judge a book by its cover and the same applies to this house.

From the street all you see is a nice garage and landscaped gardens, there is no indication of the stylish, modern home hidden away on the 603sq m block.

From the secure double garage the layout leads past a laundry, two bedrooms, study area, bathroom, powder room and a central courtyard to the main bedroom and light-filled, open-plan living area with gleaming concrete resin flooring and soaring ceilings.

The linear layout of the living area includes a dining zone, sleek kitchen with breakfast bar, ample storage and bench space and a roomy sitting area with fireplace.

Walls of glass doors let in plenty of natural light and open to a covered alfresco area with built-in barbecue, creating a huge space for entertaining.

The backyard also includes a solar-heated pool and there is direct access to Genders Park where the kids can play or you can walk the dog.

The spacious master bedroom also has pool views and outdoor access, a walk-in robe and large ensuite.

The home is on a quiet cul-de-dac in a desirable location.

It is close to the river and riverside paths for walking and cycling, tennis and golf clubs, schools and several more parks including the Russell Brown Adventure Park.

Other features include airconditioning throughout, ducted vacuum system, eastern blackbutt timber flooring and solar panels.