Marvellous Mosman Federation Mansions
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Marvellous Mosman Federation Mansions
‘Torrington’, 15 Thompson Street Mosman 2088 NSW
Queen Anne Federation Mansion
‘Tregoyd’, seven-bedroom 1890s Mosman mansion
Tregoyd, House and garden – National Trust listed
Mosman 1890s mansion Tregoyd listed for $5,500 weekly rental
Tregoyd To Be Carved Up For 12 Homes
‘Ripplevale’ 61 Parriwi Road MOSMAN
Federation Arts & Crafts
“Mosman Waterfront – Classic Beach House”
Beach Life Style!
Federation Bungalow Mansion overlooking Balmoral Beach
‘Allowah’ 24 Musgrave street Mosman 2088
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- See also: Mosman Federation Heritage
- See also: Glen Osmond – Mosman
- See also: Monterey Federation mansion, Mosman
|‘Ripplevale’ 61 Parriwi Road MOSMAN|
“One of Mosman’s Finest Residential Estates”
The TV money man has finally offloaded his Mosman mansion, Torrington.
The Mosman mansion Torrington has sold, lining the pockets of financial adviser Paul Clitheroe and his wife Vicki with more than $8 million.
The couple listed their grand Federation residence in Clifton Gardens in 2010 and again in 2011 for $8 million-plus after they had finished renovating a waterfront home they bought in a neighbouring suburb in 2007. The regular media commentator on all things financial paid $3.6 million for it in 1997. Records show it was rented out in 2012 for $4500 a week.
No agent has stepped forward to take credit for the sale, but LJ Hooker Mosman duo Geoff Smith and Richard Harding are likely candidates, given they have long been the property’s sole listing agents.
“Torrington”, a magnificent 1902 landmark residence with spectacular Main Harbour views set on approximately 1,730sqm including North South tennis court and 15 metre swimming pool.
|Art Nouveau stained glass highlights around marble fireplace|
- Gracious formal and informal living areas
- Various casual living areas
- Modern kitchen and family room opening to level lawns and pool
- Full sized Billiard room
- Purpose built wine cellar and tasting room
- Self contained guest accommodation
- Full floor entertainment room and roof top deck enjoying spectacular views
|View from Middle Harbour to the Ocean north of Manly|
- A classic fusion of federation style and contemporary living
Federation Queen Anne Bungalow, 161 Raglan Street, Mosman, NSW 2088
listed for $5,500 weekly rental. Bond $22,000
“The jewel of Balmoral, ‘Tregoyd’ is a magnificent residence located on 2800sqm of exquisite private gardens with panoramic views across to Manly.”
|Tregoyd, House, 161 Raglan Street Mosman|
- Designer/Maker: E Jeaffreson Jackson
- Builder/Maker: Not known
- Physical Description: Federation Queen Anne Bungalow
A large two-storey face brick Federation Queen Anne bungalow residence in extensive grounds.
- The roof form includes an octagonal pyramid-topped tower and a steeply pitched terra cotta gable entry roof which incorporates the second floor within the roof space.
- A gable entrance wing includes covered porch and bay with leadlight windows.
- There is a separate two storey garage, large grounds with mature tree species and a stone boundary wall.
- Designed by E Jeaffreson Jackson for William Portus Cullen, then Chief Justice of NSW. Cullen used the large garden to propagate Australian plants.
- Considered by the National Trust as the first Queen Anne bungalow designed by Jackson.
- Freeland claims that its “bold gable roof, natural colouring and brooding verandah” are features that point towards Jackson having brought the bungalow to Australia.
- It last sold to the Paris-based O’Brien family for $3.25 million in 1999 when they became its fourth owner.
- The residence was part of the 1.1-hectare estate sold for $11 million in 1996 by Pioneer Concrete founder Sir Tristan Antico. It was where Sir Tristan and Lady Antico raised their seven children.
- Antico, who died at 81 in 2005, arrived at Sydney’s overseas terminal in 1930, aged seven, with just three words of English – “yes, no and toilet”. He swam, well into his 70s, each morning at Balmoral Beach, just below Tregoyd. It was his love of horses – through Bernborough Breeding and Racing Ltd – that bought him fiscal problems when in the early 1990s horse prices dropped by 50% or more. His personal losses were considerable so in 1991 he sold almost all of his Pioneer shares but remained in the honorary capacity of president until the Pioneer he had built in 1950 with a few wheelbarrows and shovels and an Oldsmobile was consumed by Lord Hanson’s group in 2000 for around $4 billion.
- ‘In July 1991 he sold almost all of his Pioneer shares, raising $4.7 million. In 1994 Sotheby’s disposed of his Sickerts and a dozen Australian paintings. In December 1997 he sold Tregoyd. Finally, in July 1999, the retail entrepreneur Gerry Harvey bought his beloved Baramul and Oakleigh studs.’
- The National Trust-listed mansion was built for Sir William Cullen, the Chief Justice of NSW. Author Ethel Turner, of Seven Little Australians fame, spent much of her time at Tregoyd visiting Lady Cullen and finding inspiration in the gardens and views overlooking Balmoral Beach.
- Tregoyd’s second owner was Mosman Daily newspaper founder Arthur Walker, who bought the Raglan Street property in 1917. Walker sold to Sir Tristan and Lady Antico for £11,000 in 1953.
- The 120-year-old residence sits on a 2,800-square-metre curtilage.
- The townhouse project was undertaken by the Malaysian-backed Dealruby group, known for its $180 million high-rise apartment towers at Moore Park Gardens in South Dowling Street, Redfern.
- It’s listed through Ray White Neutral Bay/Mosman leasing agent Nick Yates.
-Chef’s kitchen with breakfast bar, opening onto casual living and dining
-East facing balcony with magnificent panoramic views
-Master bedroom with marble designer ensuite and walk-in robe
-Three spacious bedrooms separated upstairs
-Cinema Room, library and study
-Self-contained quarters with billiard table
-Wrap around lush gardens giving complete privacy
-Swimming Pool, Gym and Tennis Court
-Double lock-up garage and guest parking
-Footsteps to Balmoral beach and Mosman villages/cafes
Sydney Morning Herald Saturday February 7, 1998* JONATHAN CHANCELLORTregoyd, Sir Tristan Antico’s former 1.1-hectare Mosman estate, is to be carved into a luxury residential compound of 12 houses designed by architect Mr Keith Cottier.
- Construction of the houses, which will be priced from $2 million to $3.1 million, starts next month.
- They are being marketed through Richardson & Wrench Double Bay agent Mr Walter Antonelli.
- Sir Tristan’s former seven- bedroom 1890s mansion will also be offered for about $6 million, unrenovated.
- The project is being undertaken by the Malaysian development group, Dealruby, whose projects have included the Redfern high-rise development, Moore Park Gardens.
‘Ripplevale’ 61 Parriwi Road MOSMAN
- The Tregoyd sale finally settled last month at $11 million.
- Designed as a series of pavilions, the houses will step up the north-facing escarpment overlooking Little Sirius Cove. The design brief for Allen Jack & Cottier Architects is to bring the colours of the lush garden and water into the living areas of the houses.
- The 12 homes will be divided by extensive landscaping and swimming pools.
- Despite hard-fought opposition from locals, the estate was carved into a luxury residential compound with 11 pavillion-style houses designed by Allen Jack & Cottier architect Keith Cottier.
One of only a few absolute waterfront homes between Middle Harbour Yacht Club and Chinamans Beach, ‘Ripplevale’ rests on a private 1,100sqm title to the water’s edge.
Built c1912 with a relaxed beach house feeling and recreated to take full advantage of the stunning 180 degree water view with The Heads taking centre stage.
Total peace and privacy just 15 minutes to the CBD.
- Landmark waterfront home on sandy beach
- Huge windows frame breathtaking beach & harbour views
- Fluid formal dining, living & sitting with harbour backdrop
- 4 double beds + teen retreat/rumpus with scope to extend
- Beautiful master with romantic deck & dual walk-in robes
- Architect designed kitchen, Gaggenau/Miele appliances
- Breakfast room with study zone & private bbq courtyard
- 2 bathrooms, fitted internal laundry, deep viewing terrace
- Double LUG, state-of-the-art inclinator, secure store room
Magnificent sandstone Victorian residence with sparkling views from Middle Harbor to Manly from main living area.
Located at Sydney’s most beautiful beach, it is the perfect home. Fully appointed with harbor views, spacious living areas, internal access from double car parking, full unlimited wireless internet and is only a 5 minute walk to the beach and the high street.
There are 4 bedrooms, all with double/king beds, only quality linen is provided ,3 bathrooms and plenty of entertaining areas.
Upstairs. All on one level:
- Huge master bedroom with king size Tempura bed and ensuite.
- Huge living area with french doors leading out to a veranda with expansive views of the harbour.
- The living area comes fully equipped with HIFI, surround sound plasma media centre, PC and unlimited cable internet.
- Fully equipped gourmet kitchen with Miele appliances and casual dining area for entertaining 8 people. The table expands and can seat up to 10 if you bring the chairs in from the balcony.
- On the same level at the back of the house there is a beautiful spacious courtyard with gas BBQ and out door setting.
- On the lower level there are 3 double bedrooms; one with its own ensuite one bathroom. There is also a media/childrenÂ’s playroom with Playstation and Wii games stations.
- 5 minute walk to Beach
- 5 minute walk to famous restaurants
- 5 mintue drive to Taronga Zoo
- 15 minute drive to City
- 5 minute walk to 100s Mosman shops
|24 Musgrave street Mosman 2088|
The meticulous reinvention of one of Mosman Bay’s earliest homes has created a truly exceptional family retreat on a private and secluded 1,239m2 parcel of land.
- Built in 1881, “Allowah” is one of Sydney’s most significant estates commanding breathtaking views over the tranquil harbour to the city skyline.
- Lovingly restored and recreated, showcasing superior craftsmanship and the highest regards for its heritage,
- this unique sandstone estate rests amid glorious Paul Bangay-designed gardens on the exclusive shores of Mosman Bay.
- An inspired fusion of heritage features and cutting-edge design
- Gracious formal entry, exposed stone walls and soaring ceilings
- Stunning custom chef’s grade travertine island kitchen
- Glass-embraced living, dining and sitting, view-swept balconies
- Magnificent formal rooms, open fireplaces, wide American Oak floor boards
- Media and family living rooms, elegant library, custom-fitted study
- 5 large bedrooms with robes, private guest/entertainer’s pavilion
- Master retreat with lounge, chic designer dressing room and private terrace with city water views
- Guest wing with fully appointed kitchen, laundry and bathroom
- 5 European-appointed travertine baths, deluxe bath house
- Magnificent view from the heated pool and manicured gardens with sheltered cabana/gym
- 8+ undercover parking, ducted air, surround sound, bespoke cabinetry
- Tranquil and peaceful disposition located on exclusive Curraghbeena Point
- Bathed in all day sunlight
- Moments to ferry and bus
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