"Glen Osmond” – Iconic Federation Mosman home C 1901

Glen_Osmond_at_Prince_Albert_Street,_Mosman_729-420x0.jpgDominating a prized dress circle estate in one of Mosman’s most highly esteemed streets, with over 1400sqm of landscaped and manicured lawns and gardens and an impressive 35m frontage.
Listed for sale at $10 million in 2010.

  • Erected by builders Smith & Cabban in 1901.
  • William Henry Smith was a speculative builder who with his partner S. H. Cabban was responsible for many of the Federation buildings in Mosman.
  • William Henry Smith served on the Mosman Council continuously for 25 years as a representative of East Ward. He was Mayor, 1903-1904, 1915-1918 and 1922-23.

  • This stately and fully renovated home has expansive and uninterrupted views that lead the eye from the North Sydney Skyline to the Bridge, Sydney Harbour and the Eastern Suburbs.
  • Polished floors, original fireplaces, high 12ft decorated ceilings and formal archways enhance the dining room and living room that both open to the deep sheltered verandah.
  • Six bedrooms in total, four on the main level, the master suite with views, opens to the verandah and has a walk in robe and ensuite.
  • There is a previously approved DA by Tzannes & Associates with landscaping by Peter Fudge to extend the garaging to four cars, create internal access to the home by lift, plus additional entertaining terraces and landscaping

sitting room with bay window seat and fireplace, wonderful ceiling

Hallway with stained glass skylight

Bedroom with bay window

Dining room

The View

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