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Looking for the ultimate luxury stay in Sydney? The search stops here at Musgrave House, one of Mosman’s original sandstone estates that has not only stood the text of time but offers a chance to enjoy one of Sydney’s most prestige homes. Located in Mosman, one of Sydney’s most famed suburbs, this home has unrivalled views of Sydney Harbour and is only eight kilometres northeast of the inner CBD. Musgrave House has resided over Mosman Bay since the 1880’s and sits on over 1,800 square metres of pristinely kept grounds. Positioned perfectly between Sydney Harbour and Middle Harbour, this home provides easy access to the many nearby beaches and tourist attractions.




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Planning a wedding, product launch or corporate event? Enquire as to how Musgrave House will not only accommodate you and your plans but also provide a beautifully historic space for your event. A fifteen-minute drive from central Sydney, this luxury home is an easy trip from the CBD and has views that will make you feel like it’s even further. It’s a home that has been so tastefully renovated and stands the test of time to be a nod to its Victorian era heritage, with sandstone clad walls and French provincial doors that have been updated with a modern twist of décor and finish.

This residence will truly transport you, an absolute privilege to enjoy the grand design of the home over its three levels. The views offer a coastal feel, with the stunning sandstone, marble finish and historic architecture throughout making it an absolute pleasure to enjoy each room. This lavish six bedroom, seven bathroom Victorian home can accommodate a large number of guests. Musgrave House isn’t just a place to stay; it’s a one-stop shop. This home features a pool, five car garage, outdoor entertaining area, gym, spa, sauna, and entertainment appliances, anyone would think you were staying in a five-star hotel.

Privacy and seclusion are on offer at this luxury stay; located at end of a discrete cul-de-sac this house is surrounded by a handful of handsome homes dating back to the 1880’s. The home’s design may speak of its heritage but for a 130 year old home its contemporary fresh furnishing and interior design have brought it well-forward to modern day living. An absolute breath of fresh air, the inside of Musgrave House features beautiful neutral tones, allowing you to fully take in its striking beauty but also allows the space to open up to the meticulously presented gardens and views. Balconies wrap around the home and encourage your gaze to go beyond the home and see all of Mosman Bay and its surrounds.

Mosman is a suburb of history and attraction; it features some of the most sought after destinations in Sydney including Balmoral Beach, Beauty Point and Clifton Gardens. It offers a perfect balance of nature and business, surrounded by numerous rugged headlands, beaches and parks and balanced with a number of retail shopping boutiques, one of which is identified as a conservation area. So much of Mosman is exclusive Sydney heritage. It is unparalleled for being home to recreation areas, fine dining and luxury retailers. It is well known that a family day out is Sydney is only done right if you’ve had a trip to Taronga Zoo. The city zoo of Sydney is a 100-year-old home to over 4,000 animals and is only 1.5 kilometres walk away from Musgrave House. Having the opportunity to stay in a heritage listed home is an opportunity that’s few and far between, let alone being able to host a function or even your wedding here. A home like no other you can take advantage of all that modern Sydney has to offer whilst enjoying 19th Century living and design, with views that will take you out over Mosman Bay. Why travel to the countryside in the search of the Victorian era and class for your next function, when it turns out it’s only 15 minutes from the CBD and can be yours to appreciate.

If you are interested in holding an event at this property please complete the Events Enquiry Form, and we will contact you to discuss your requirements.


Mosman, New South Wales, Australia