Mr Simeon, who’s sold more than 60 waterfront properties in 20 years, said the existing four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is a statement of contemporary family luxury and a “masterclass in relaxed elegance.”
“It’s beautifully presented, impeccably appointed and bathed in natural light,” he told Mosman Collective.
The gourmet open-plan kitchen and seamless indoor/outdoor spaces have 180-degree views of the harbour and trees to the west and a level-manicured garden with a sun-drenched swimming pool to the east.
A separate casual living zone on the pool level is a “kids paradise”, says Mr Simeon.
The separate casual living zone on the pool level is a “kids paradise”, Mr Simeon says, showcasing a graffiti-inspired feature wall.
Downstairs, there’s also a kitchenette, a separate media/lounge room and wine cellar.
Impressive bedrooms and bathrooms boast grand proportions, sumptuous finishes and inclusions, two powder rooms and an office with a built-in desk for four.
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“There is an absence of well-designed Architectural residences on the market in Mosman because once they’ve been built, people don’t ever want to leave,” Mr Simeon said.
“We’re thrilled to bring 50 Bay St to market.
“And for a family who desires a second residence to accommodate grown children or relatives, this property is the one.”